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Rethinking Violence: The Role of Religion, Spirituality, and Creativity

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Vibrant, Visible, Vocal: Arts Showcase of AAPI Community at Union Theological Seminary

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Earth Day 2022: Life Force

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IASC Webinar: Climate Crisis and Spiritual Care

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The Psychology of Christian Nationalism

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Dharma and Justice Dialogues: Black Buddhists and the Black Radical Tradition

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The Trans Sounds of Black Freedom

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Second Annual James H. Cone Lecture

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Jewish Identities of Women Psychoanalysts Who Fled Nazi Europe to the United States

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African American Religious History

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Tantric Buddhist Spiritual Formation and Engaged Chaplaincy: Meaning-making in Hospice and Correctional Settings

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Loyalty and Faith in a Divided Country

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Oscar Romero: A Man for Our Times

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The Gospel of Luke

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Reading Galatians with Barbarians: West African and East European Perspectives

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Dietrich Bonhoeffer: A Saint for Our Time?

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The Christian Calling To Protect Women’s Right to Choose

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EDS at Union Community Read | Evicted by Matthew Desmond

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2022 Women of Color Leadership Institute for Pastoral Excellence

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Oscar Romero: A Man for Our Times

Please join us on Thursday, March 24, at 6:00 pm EST for an interview with Julio O. Torres about his newest book, Oscar Romero: A Man for Our Times. This event will take place on the feast day for the celebrated Archbishop and martyr.

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Winner of a Silver Medal at the 2022 Illumination Book Awards, a unique perspective on one of the greatest religious figures of recent history.

An in-depth portrait of Oscar Romero, the fourth Archbishop of San Salvador, based on research of his diaries and sermons and on interviews with most of his surviving relatives, friends, and co-workers. This biography provides a unique insider/outsider perspective on both Romero and the plight and struggle of Central American immigrants and other migrant and impoverished populations.

Torres takes readers into Romero’s early life, his seminary formation, and his active ministry, including conflicts with the ruling elites and hierarchy that led to his ultimate martyrdom. The book concludes with his canonization and the pursuit of justice against his murderers.

Amazon.com: Julio O Torres: Books, Biography, Blog, Audiobooks, Kindle