Author: Kaitlyn Martin

Social Justice Institute: Poverty, Race and Sexuality

Printable PDF The prophetic voices of ecumenical faith leaders became the catalyst for the Civil Rights movement for a ‘Righteous America.’ These faith leaders used their pulpits and sacred spaces to address their concerns for the least advantaged amongst them. The American society–founded on a hunger and thirst for religious freedom–was turning a deaf ear to […]

Recent Graduate, Dr. Susan Forshey, Promoted to Assistant Professor of Discipleship and Christian Formation at University of Dubuque Theological Seminary

Susan Forshey joined the faculty of University of Dubuque Theological Seminary in August 2014 and was recently promoted to Assistant Professor of Discipleship and Christian Formation. She brings twenty years of experience in congregational lay ministry, administration, retreat leadership, spiritual direction, and Christian education, and ten years experience in higher education. This past January, Susan […]

Feminist Practical Theology Event April 7, 2015: Mothering, Public Leadership, and Spirituality: Reflections in Dialogue with Jarena Lee, Dorothy Day, and Dolores Huerta

All are welcome to join us in the STH Community Center on Tuesday, April 7, 2015 from 5:00-7:00pm for a presentation and open discussion on the topic “Mothering, Public Leadership, and Spirituality: Reflections in Dialogue with Jarena Lee, Dorothy Day, and Dolores Huerta.” This will be an opportunity to open up conversation and theological reflection about […]