Jesuit School of Theology
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In February 1969, the school relocated to Berkeley, California, to become one of the member schools of the Graduate Theological Union and placing it in close proximity to the University of California Berkeley. The Board of Trustees voted to change the name of Alma College to the Jesuit School of Theology at Berkeley, in June of 1969.
Today, the school is one of only two Jesuit theological centers in the United States operated by the Society of Jesus. Aware of its own unique geographical and demographic location, the Jesuit School intends to be an international center for the study of theology and ministry, and has students from all over the world.
The Jesuit School is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, the American Association of Theological Schools, and by the Vatican Congregation of Catholic Education as an Ecclesiastical Faculty of Theology.
Today's church requires leaders who are capable of working with different cultures. At the Jesuit School of Theology, students come from more than 40 countries to learn how to minister to various constituencies across the globe.
Theology of the Movement
He combined the principles of non-violence, the practices of Gandhi, the idea of good and evil (they were very important in the black church) and the spirit. Even though King's movement was more spiritual than Gandhi's this non violent ideal ...
... Society of Jesus, also known as the Jesuits, is the largest religious order of the Roman Catholic Church. At the start of the twenty-first century, there were approximately twenty thousand Jesuits. These priests were engaged in missionary and ...
Theology Resources--College of St. Catherine Libraries
... A post-Vatican II dictionary of Catholic theology which takes stock of the theological changes brought about by Vatican II . REF. BR95 .N3 1987 Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church Contains dictionary entries covering all time periods ...