Reflection Southern Baptist Church servicing the community of North Las Vegas
School of Theology professor Teddy Hickman-Maynard speaks at Boston University’s Rhett Talks, presented by Residence Life. Filmed September 7, 2015.
Racially motivated violence, such as the massacre at Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, SC, highlight the vital importance of ongoing anti-racism work. However, such horrific events also provoke self-protective narcissism and paralyzing nihilism which impede the very efforts necessary to combat racism. Research on the cross-racial and inter-religious dialogue that occurs among members of historically black collegiate gospel choirs at predominantly white universities provides hope that such feelings of narcissism and nihilism can be overcome and that racism, and the violence that accompanies it, are not inevitable.
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February 13, 2018 | Five years ago, Pope Benedict XVI resigned and a Jesuit from Argentina was elected, chose the name Francis, and began to move the world and challenge the Church with his humble ways and powerful words.
What is the “Francis Factor” five years later? At this timely gathering, a Vatican leader and confidant of Pope Francis explored Francis’ geopolitical vision and diplomacy in a dangerous world. Three respected leaders and analysts discussed Pope Francis’ mission and message, his current impacts and future challenges, and responses to his leadership since his election.
Sr. Karla Felix-Rivera, VDMF
11:00 am Mass
37588 Fremont Blvd.
Bro. Anthony Huong Le
11:00 am Mass
37588 Fremont Blvd. Fremont, California