STM-ALTERNATE-Red-withBlackU-72ppi-RGBWelcome to Seattle University, School of Theology and Ministry’s Worship & Liturgy Blog.  This blog is curated by The Director of Worship and Liturgy for the School of Theology & Ministry, Rt. Rev. Edward Donalson III, DMin.

Join us as Seattle University’s School of Theology and Ministry faculty, staff, and students gather to pray and worship together, link classroom learning and scripture study with liturgy, and deepen spiritual exploration in community.

Winter Quarter 2018

Agape Latte – Ecumenical Morning Prayer, coffee and conversation
Every other Thursday |  8:40-9:00 am
Hunthausen Hall

 

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http://www.seattleu.edu/stm/degrees/

One comment

  1. Response to Violence!
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    I like this: “The task of the spiritual community is to call society not to what is legal alone, but what is right.”
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    As for the Prophetic Voices, all I can say is PROPHETIC VOICES………….WAKE UP AND SPEAK UP! “Researchers have learned how quiet sounds are magnified by bundles of tiny, hair-like tubes atop “hair cells” in the ear: when the tubes dance back and forth, they act as “flexoelectric motors” that AMPLIFY SOUND.” As an intercessor, my prayer and concern is that we need MORE flexoelectric motors AMPLIFYING to TRUTH — not just about the problem, but the solution! The people obviously are not hearing one/two! Everybody that has a Prophetic voice must wake up and speak up!!! -Prophetess C. Lacy

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