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In April 2012, after three years of investigation, the Vatican issued a harsh “doctrinal assessment” of the largest organization of Catholic sisters in the U.S., the Leadership Conference of Women Religious. It also assigned two bishops to supervise the group. Sister Trouble is a galvanizing collection of articles about the crackdown and related questions [...]

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It is with profound sorrow that we announce the passing of our Board Member, Ms. Lynda Gilliam. She has served our Board since October, 2009 going on medical leave last year. Ms. Gilliam was also an NYTS alum, graduating from the CP program in [...]

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On September 6, 2013, New York Theological Seminary hosted their 2013 Fall Retreat at Stony Point Center, NY.

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On June 20-21 2013, The Eleanor Moody-Shepherd Resource Center for Women in Ministry hosted their 2013 conference titled “Conceiving Possibilities – Birthing Our Visions,” hosted in conjunction with the American Bible Society and The Museum of Biblical Arts.  Here are the images of this event.

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June 1, 2013 – New York Theological Seminary (NYTS) is pleased to announce that Ms. Courtney Wiley-Harris has accepted the position of Director of Development and Institutional Advancement, effective July 1, 2013.  A graduate of NYTS (MDiv) and current doctoral candidate, Ms. Wiley-Harris has served on the development team of the Seminary since 2006, most recently [...]

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Try us out and take a course…. 2013 Summer Courses Registation Form NYTS 2013 Summer Course Schedule NYTS Spring/Summer 2013 Buddhist Courses

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Two bombs exploded during the Boston Marathon, killing at least two and injuring hundreds. “Times of tragedy are opportunities for us in the faith community to express our love and also work for nonviolent love in the world,” said Peter Hetzel, a theology professor at New York Theological Seminary.

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Friends,

Tragedy has struck again, this time in our neighboring city of Boston.  The bombing of the Boston Marathon on Monday has once again brought us face to face with the senselessness of violence and death.  The day after the event I read the reports in the papers and followed the story online, not knowing [...]

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