Highlights from Faculty Associate Dr. Jonathan Calvillo

The Center for Global Christianity and Mission celebrates the diverse and valuable contributions of our Faculty Associates. Here are some of Dr. Calvillo’s accomplishments from the last year: Publications Calvillo, Jonathan E.  2021. “Religión Comunitaria y Opiniones Divergentes del Barrio:  Residentes y Feligreses en Santa Ana, California,” [“Community Religion and Diverging Opinions about the Barrio: […]

The Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide Lent and Easter Seminars 2022

The Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide is organizing World Christianity seminars in collaboration with the Faculty of Divinity of the University of Cambridge, and they extend a warm welcome for all to join.   The upcoming Lent and Easter 2022 seminars cover Christianity in different regions such as Latin America, Hong Kong, Nigeria, and India. There […]

Catholicism, Families, and Asian Societies ~ Feb. 10 & 11, 2022

The Asia Research Institute of the National University of Singapore is hosting this online conference from February 10 – 11, 2022. For more information and to register, visit the Asia Research Institute conference page.  To view the full program of events, download this file: Program_Catholicism-1.   This conference investigates how Catholic identities influence the composition […]

Alumna Ruth Padilla DeBorst (’16): “Fleeing the hot spots: Climate change, migration and mission”

On November 16, 2021, BU STH alumna Dr. Ruth Padilla DeBorst (’16) delivered the Alexander Duff Lecture as part of COP26, entitled “Fleeing the hot spots: Climate change, migration, and mission.” Her lecture is available on YouTube here and was followed by responses from two World Christianity Ph.D. students, Nuam Hatzaw and Alec Simpson, and […]

Dana Robert to Give Public Lecture for International Missionary Council Centenary Conference, November 17th

Dana Robert will deliver an online lecture on November 17, 2021, at 9:30, am (EST) for the IMC Centenary Conference hosted by the World Council of Churches in Geneva, Switzerland. Her talk, “What happened in Lake Mohonk and its outcome,” is one of three webinars open to public attendance over the three-day conference. The conference […]

The Reverend Jack Amick (STH ’06) and UMCOR’s Global Migration Program

The Reverend Jack Amick, STH alumn, is featured in a recent article announcing $10 million in grants for the work of Global Ministries and UMCOR. The director of UMCOR’s Global Migration Program, Rev. Jack Amick (’06), describes its primary goal to “support the church in its efforts to provide welcome to refugees and migrants of […]

Fr Luke Veronis to Give IOTA Missiology Group Lecture on Thursday, October 28th

The IOTA Missiology Group extends a warm invitation to join their series of online IOTA Missiology Webinars this autumn 2021. The first speaker will be Fr Luke Veronis, Director of the Missions Institute of Orthodox Christianity at Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology.  Fr Luke has written extensively on missiological topics and has served as […]

United States Catholic Mission Association Conference on Mission and Migration, October 25-29, 2021

Join USCMA’s national dialogue on how the Church – and the missionary community within the church – can be in solidarity with the immigrant, migrant, refugee, and asylum seeker. Angels Unaware – Mission with People on the Move is an opportunity for FOCUS, REFLECTION, COMMUNITY, SPEAKERS, and COMPANIONS. The schedule provides the FOCUS for 13-hours […]

Applications Open for Global Ecumenical Theological Institute 2022

Sponsored by the World Council of Churches, the Global Ecumenical Theological Institute is now accepting applications for its program next year, which will take place between July-September 2022 and will have online and residential components. The theme for 2022 is “Christ’s Love (Re)Moves Borders.” The residential phase will occur in conjunction with the WCC meeting […]