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The Nicholson Lectures:Prophetic Preaching and Liberation Theology: New Metaphors for Preachers and the Church


The Nicholson Lectures

 

Prophetic Preaching and Liberation Theology: New Metaphors for Preachers and the Church

 

Guest Speaker

Cláudio Carvalhaes, Associate Professor of Worship at Union Theological Seminary in New York City

More about Cláudio Carvalhaes: www.claudiocarvalhaes.com

 

Location

St. Columba Chapel

634 Francklyn Street, Halifax, NS

 

Speaking Schedule

 

Wednesday, November 2 I 7 pm

Prophetic Preaching and Liberation Theology

 

Thursday, November 3 I 7 pm

New Metaphors for Preachers and the Church

 

Thursday, November 3 I 11:45 am

Dr. Carvalhaes will preach at Thursday Worship Service

 

http://www.astheology.ns.ca/home/events/nicholson-lectures-2016.html

 

Lectures are free and open to the public – All are welcome!

 

The Nicholson Lectures were established in the early 1980s in memory of Dr. C.M. Nicholson who was Principal of Pine Hill Divinity Hall from 1946 to 1971. The memorial fund was established by the Pine Hill Alumni Association which has committed itself to the establishment of permanent funding for the lectures. The endowment income for the Nicholson Lectures is made available through the Board of Pine Hill Divinity Hall

 


The Paul Wattson Lecture 2016

ISIS: A Rootless Phenomenon? Monday, November 7 at 7 pm Saint Mary's University Scotiabank Conference Theatre Sobey Building 903 Robie Street, Halifax, NS Guest Speaker The Rev. Elias D. Mallon External Affairs Officer The Catholic Near East Welfare Association (CNEWA)

Free and open to the public – All are welcome! ‌http://www.astheology.ns.ca/home/events/paul-wattson-2016.html The Paul Wattson Lecture is sponsored by the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement and AST in cooperation with Saint Mary's University. The lecture honours the memory of the Rev. Paul James Francis Wattson, S.A. (1863-1940), founder of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement and pioneer for the cause of Christian unity. Begun in 1974 at the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C., the lectures were expanded to the University of San Francisco in 1980, and in 1995, to AST. These lectures bring in an international leader in the field of ecumenism to speak on a current ecumenical topic. This year marks the 22nd annual lecture. -30- All media inquires can be directed to: The Rev. David Poirier, Franciscan Friars of the Atonement Email: [email protected]

 

 


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