Q Source

April 5 -9, 2004

The Q Source is published weekly under the auspices of the office of the Dean of Students. Notices of events and concerns of the community are included. All submissions must be signed and include a contact phone number or e-mail address. Free classified ads are also printed for members of the YDS community; these must be kept as short as possible. The Q Source is now available online at http://www.yale.edu/divinity/Stu.QSource.html All submissions must be e-mailed to faith.green@yale.edu. All submissions must be in by 5:00 p.m. Friday. No exceptions to deadlines will be

made!! The right to edit is reserved. --Faith E. Green, Editor


From the Editor

Please see the Q Source in Print for the following:

Quad Activities Schedule

ISM Events List

Final Exam Schedule

Thanks - Faith


From Dean Bartlett


APRIL 19th deadline

Plan on applying for graduate fellowships? The deadlines are fast approaching the faculty awards three graduate fellowships (the Day, Hooker, and Dwight Fellowships) to those members of the graduating class who have completed at least two years of residency at Yale Divinity School, have acquired such proficiency in theological studies as best to qualify them for doctoral work, and who have been admitted to a doctoral program in this country or elsewhere.  The grants have varied in size from one thousand to thirty-five hundred dollars. Applications are available in Dean Bartletts Office, Seabury first floor, and should be returned to Dean Bartlett


FROM THE REGISTRAR:  PRE-REGISTRATION FOR FALL semester will be held Monday, April 12 through Friday, April 16 in the Common Room from 9:00 am
to 4:00 pm.  Please stop by to pick up your registration materials.  To
those students who are not graduating this year, please let the Registrar's
office know if you do not intend to register for next semester.




YDS Worship Opportunities


Please join us for the following services at 10:30 a.m. (except where otherwise noted):
Monday, April 5: Professor David Bartlett will preach, as we welcome prospective students on visitation day.
Tuesday, April 6: the "Parish Worship: Planning and Presiding" class will lead this service of the Word.
Wednesday, April 7: the Lenten sung morning prayer service of plainchant continues, to be followed by a presentation by the fourth candidate for Lecturer in the Practice of Sacred Music, Patrick Evans.
Thursday, April 8: the chapel ministry team will a Maundy Thursday worship service.
Friday, April 9 at 11:15 p.m.: the Marquand Chapel Choir presents a special service of music and meditation for Good Friday, singing Schutz's "Seven Last Words."  (Please note the unusual starting time!)


Monday Vespers

The Lutheran and Episcopal students lead sung Vespers every Monday evening at 4:30 in the Henri Nowen prayer chapel in the basement of the library.  You are invited to join us.  The service lasts about half an hour.  To get to the prayer chapel, take the elevator downstairs and follow the signs.   It is a lovely way to end the day.


Thursday Night Compline

We will continue to keep the office of Compline on Thursday nights at 9:00 p.m. in the Henri Nouwen Prayer Chapel on the ground floor of the library. In the season of Lent we will follow the Lutheran Book of Worship.  The service lasts approximately twenty minutes, but we often linger in fellowship and talk of our common life.  All are welcome!
Come, magnify the Lord with us!

Friday Matins and None Hour
All are welcome to join the Catholic prayer group on Fridays at 4:00 p.m. in the Henri Nouwen Prayer Chapel on the ground floor of the library. The breviary for our group is "The Liturgy of the Hours According to the Roman Rite, which consists of 4-volumes to cover the entire liturgical year.  We meet for about half an hour or so for the Office of Readings (Matins) and the Afternoon Hour (None), and then often head over to Friday Fellowship afterwards.  Please join us for hymns, prayers, psalms, other biblical passages, and holy writings from our Christian forbears as we proceed on our Lenten journey together.




Diploma Frames

The YDS Bookstore is now taking orders for the official Yale Divinity School Diploma frame.  Actually, this year we are offering two frame choices:  The Regency Gold is a solid wood molding with rich mahogany furniture finish and an inner gold lip.  The Gallery is a hardwood molding with high gloss cherry lacquer finish and a gold inner lip.  Both feature navy colored museum quality matting, gold embossed with the University seal and  "Yale Divinity School" in script.  Either frame is a great bargain at $115 (that's only $97.75 with your membership discount!).  Some stock available now, more to come by Commencement - OR  - have your frame shipped to wherever you're going to be next!  Check out the display frames, and all the details, in the Bookstore!


Postage Stamps Now in Bookstore

You asked, we answered! The YDS Bookstore now (well actually, once again) carries postage stamps (yay!!!!).  Sold in books of 20 U.S. first class stamps for $7.40. (Sorry, but your discount does not apply.) Please continue to let us know how else we can help you!


Come share in our Ghana Journey

On Tues April 6th from 12:00-1:30 in the Common Room the Ghana Travel Seminar will be sharing our experiences in West Africa with the YDS Community.  Come hear about our adventures and learnings, there will be photographs,  reflections, and a slide show.  We offer this as a gesture of thanks for the many ways that the community supported the travel seminar.

Candidate for Ministerial Practice and Theology Position Speaks
You are cordially invited to attend the lecture by Thomas E. Frank, the fourth candidate for the Ministerial Practice and Theology senior faculty search position.  He will present his public lecture, entitled "Changing Places:  A Practical Theology of Church Leadership," on Tuesday, April 6 from 12:30-1:30 p.m. in Niebuhr Lecture Hall, N123. You are also welcome to attend the coffee hour held in the Common Room after Chapel to meet Professor Frank.

Postdoc & Visiting Scholar Welcome Reception
April 7th from 5:00 to 6:30pm in the Anlyan Center Foyer, 300 Cedar Street.
OISS welcomes newly-arrived postdoctoral fellows and visiting scholars with a short orientation program and reception. Meet your colleagues from around the world, gather helpful information about Yale and New Haven, and join Yale staff for snacks and refreshments. All postdocs and scholars are welcome and encouraged to attend.  Feel free to include your spouse, partner and/or and family as well.. Please e-mail
elisabeth.kennedy@yale.edu>elisabeth.kennedy@yale.edu if you know
you will be coming.
Elisabeth Mead Kennedy, Assistant Director - Advisor
Yale University, Office of International Students & Scholars
246 Church Street, Ste. 201
New Haven, CT  06510
Tel:  (203) 432-2305  Direct: (203) 436-1549   Fax: (203) 432-7166
URL: http://www.oiss.yale.edu/
Office Hours:   8:30am - 5:00pm Monday, Wednesday - Friday, 10:00am - 5:00pm Tuesday

International Lecture on HIV-AIDS
HIV-AIDS In Africa

April 8, 4:00 PM, Niebuhr Hall
Reception to follow in Common Room
Dr. Anne Nasimiyu-Wasike, Kenyatta University, Kenya: "HIV/AIDS and African
Women" Dr. Anne Nasimiyu-Wasike is a Kenyan and belongs to a Ugandan Religious
Institute of the Little Sisters of St. Francis of Assisi. She has been a Lecturer at Kenyatta University in the Department of Religious Studies since 1987. Her areas are Theology of Inculturation and African Women's Theology. Currently, she is a Research Affiliate at the Center for Interdisciplinary Research in AIDS, working with Yale Divinity School and the Epidemiology and Public Health School.
Dr. Dorothy N. Ucheaga, University of Calabar, Nigeria: "Anatomy of Female
Powerlessness and HIV/AIDS Prevention in Sub-Saharan Africa: Need for Paradigm Shift
" Dr. Dorothy N. Ucheaga is a Lecturer in the Department of Religious Studies and Philosophy at the University of Calabar in Nigeria. Currently, she is a research affiliate at Yale University with the Center for Interdisciplinary Research on AIDS in collaboration with Yale Divinity School and Public Health to do a comparative study of the responses of seven religious institutions to HIV/AIDS prevention/care in Cross River State, Nigeria. This event is co-sponsored by the Yale University REsearch Affiliate Program and YDS Women's Initiative


Announcing the Robert M. Litowitz Lecture 2004
Sponsored by the Program in Ethics, Politics and Economics
Revisioning Christianity: The Discovery of the Secret Gospel of Thomas presented by Elaine Pagels, Harrington Spear Paine Foundation Professor of Religion at Princeton University on Thursday, April 8 at 4:00-5:30 in at Rosenfeld Hall, 109 Grove Street
A reception will follow the lecture.





Review for Professor Lana Scwebel

I am a student representative on the Review Committee for Prof. Schwebel. If you have worked with Dr. Schwebel, please send comments to my e-mail address at: jessica.grimes@yale.edu.  Please send your comments by Friday, April 9th. Thank you!


2004 Robert Foster Cherry Award Lectures of Baylor University

Honoring Great Teachers - Harry S. Stout, Jonathan Edwards Professor of American Religious History "Baptized in Blood: A Moral History of the Civil War"


Nicholas P. Wolterstorff, Noah Porter Professor (Emeritus) of Philosophical Theology"Memorial Art and the Lincoln Image"

Tuesday, April 13, 2004

7:30 PM in the Common Room

Reception Following.


Free Food______Free Food______Lots of Books

The YDS community is cordially invited to the Annual YDS Book Party, celebrating publications by (and in honor of)  thirteen of our faculty and emeriti! Please join us on Tuesday, April 13th in the Common Room from 4:30 to 6:00 p.m. as we toast works by Harry Attridge and Margot Fassler,  David Bartlett,  John Collins, Siobhan Garrigan, Ronald Rittgers, Lamin Sanneh, Yolanda Smith, Miroslav Volf, Nicholas Wolterstorff, and in honor of Harry Baker Adams, James Dittes, and Abraham Malherbe. Books will be available for purchase (and the authors will surely be delighted to sign your copy) and food, drink, and good cheer will be plentiful.  ALL ARE WELCOME!


Attention Creative Writers: "Faith & Fiction:  Ten Important Things to Know about Writing

Michael Malone, author of Handling Sin and The Last Noel, among other novels, will be holding an informal conversation with YDS students on Thursday, April 15, from 12:15-1:15, in the Jonathan Edwards Dining Room.  (Lunch will be provided.)  One of the best-loved storytellers of the New South, Michael has been called by critics the "American Dickens" for his diverse canvas of vivid characters, his strong social conscience, and his laugh-out-loud comedy.  His conversation with YDS students is entitled "Faith & Fiction:  Ten Important Things to Know about Writing," and he looks forward to discussing with students the intersection of belief and the creative process.  If you're interested, please pick up one of Michael's short stories outside Lana Schwebel's office.  This event is sponsored by the Yale Literature & Spirituality Series; for questions, please contact lana.schwebel@yale.edu.



Join Michael Malone in the Bookstore!

Thursday, April 15th at 4:00 in the Bookstore Rotunda for a reading. Novelist Michael Malone is the author of ten works of fiction, two works of non-fiction, at least one play, and many years of story lines as the Head Writer for television's One Life to Live. . He has been hailed for his complex characters, for stories both "tearfully joyful" and "hilariously credible", and for his compassionate and intelligent writing.  An extraordinary storyteller, his novels are rich with questions of Faith, Love, and Justice. He has taught at Penn, Swarthmore, and Yale, including a stint as visiting professor at YDS (perceptive local readers may see similarities between people and places in New Haven and those in his early novel Dingley Falls).  Following the reading, Michael will be signing copies of his books (available for sale in the Bookstore).  A reception will follow.  ALL ARE WELCOME!  Sponsored by the Institute of Sacred Music and the Student Book Supply, this is the last in this year's Yale Literature and Spirituality Series.


Who Wants a PhD?

Interested in applying for Ph.D. programs next year or in the not too distant future? Want to learn the tricks of the trade early? Want expert general advice to plan your approach?
A panel discussion on this topic will be held on
Tuesday, April 20 from 4-5 p.m. in Latourette Hall. Save the date! Panelists include:
Jeremy Hultin (Ph.D. Yale)
Lana Schwebel (Ph.D. Penn)
Martha Moore-Keish (Ph.D. Emory)
Michael Peppard (Ph.D. candidate, Yale, YDS grad)


Invitation from the Berkeley and the Lutheran Studies program

Tuesday, April 20, at Berkeley Center, St. Ronan Street

5:00 pm Berkeley and the Lutheran Studies program are presenting talks by the former presiding bishop of the Lutheran Church, H. George Anderson, and Professor Robert Wright of the Episcopal Church on "Lutheran/Episcopal Relations Today."  This presentation at 5:00 pm will be followed by a joint Eucharist at 6:30 pm (Carolyn Sharp, preaching)  and a reception at 7:30


Pan African Women's Pot Luck Fellowship
Friday, April 23, at 6:30 p.m. at 232 Opening Hill Rd. Branford, CT 06405. Please RSVP to Dr. Yolanda Smith by Thursday, April 22 by phone (203) 436-4818 or by email



Hear Ronald Thiemann

Ronald F. Thiemann, Professor of Theology and of Religion & Society at Harvard Divinity School, will deliver an address on Sunday, April 25th, at 2 p.m., in the Niebuhr Lecture Hall, Yale Divinity School, 409 Prospect Street, New Haven.  His address is entitled Can Lutherans be Effective Public Intellectuals? Prof. Thiemann served as Dean of Harvard Divinity School from 1986 until 1998.  He was Director of the Schools Center for the Study of Values in Public Life and is a Faculty Fellow at the John F. Kennedy Schools Hauser Center for Nonprofit Organizations. The event is made possible by a grant from St. Johns Lutheran Church in Stamford, CT.  It is free and open to the public, and will be followed by a reception. For more information, contact Paul F. Stuehrenberg at (203) 432-5292, or email paul.Stuehrenberg@yale.edu.


The Student Book Supply announces a Special Book Promotion

In conjunction with our annual Spring Sale (April 26th through 30th) the Student Book Supply and Continuum International are running a special book promotion.  Designed to promote the new "T&T Clark International" imprint, we are offering discounts from 20% to 50% on 70 titles: new and "classic" items of interest to the Divinity School community from T&T Clark, Continuum, Trinity Press Intl, and Sheffield Academic Press.  To take advantage of this sale, pick up an order form in the Bookstore, fill it out, and return it by April 16th.  Books will arrive in May (we are also happy to ship your books to wherever you'll be next!).  Please remember this is a time-limited offer!!!



MUSIC OF THE SEA: New Haven Chorale Spring Concert
The New Haven Chorale teams up with the chorus and orchestra of the Hartt School of Music to bring you an amazing concert featuring Vaughan Williams' majestic choral "Sea Symphony" and Debussy's "La Mer".  180 voices!  A musical experience not to be missed! 8:00 pm, May 1, Woolsey Hall, FREE ADMISSION FOR STUDENTS.  (For professors and other people with money, $20; $35 for preferred seating; $15 for seniors.)  See Grace Burson (grace.burson@yale.edu, 772-2722) for tickets or just show up.  For those who live in the Hartford area, this concert will also be presented April 29 at the Belding Theatre.



Worship at Battle Chapel

Maundy Thursday/Holy Thursday April 8, 7:30 pm, Battell Chapel
Tenebrae (Shadows) Service
After a liturgy of reflection and repentance, we share communion in small groups, sitting around the table.  Ten scriptural stories of Jesus' last hours are read, interspersed with solo meditations for violin, viola, cello, and french horn.  The light is gradually extinguished until at the end, we leave in shadows of silence. 

Good Friday, April 9, 12:30-1:30 pm, Battell Chapel
This is a traditional liturgy, centered around Christ's crucifixion and death.  The Rev. Joseph Britton, Dean of the Berkeley Divinity School at Yale, will preach, lifting up his reflections upon this event.


Good Friday, April 9, 2:00 pm, Battell Chapel
Stations of the Cross
Beginning in Battell Chapel, there will be a Stations of the Cross service that weaves a path through parts of Yale and New Haven, while recalling Jesus' way to the Cross.  We will make ten stops to share scripture, liturgy, and music, beginning and ending in Battell Chapel. 

Easter Morning Sunrise Service, 6:30 am, East Rock Summit

Easter Sunday Service, 11am, Battell Chapel
To celebrate the resurrection of Jesus, we bring back the Alleluia "retired" during Lent, beginning our worship with Thompson's Alleluia and ending with Handel's Hallelujah Chorus.  The Rev. David Bartlett, Academic Dean, Yale Divinity School, will preach and communion will be served.

Former Vice President Al Gore to Discuss 'The Climate Emergency'

Former Vice President Al Gore will discuss "The Climate Emergency" on Tuesday, April 13, at 4 p.m. in Battell Chapel. In recent speeches, Gore has said that to avert an environmental catastrophe, the world must reduce emissions of greenhouse gases from smokestacks and tailpipes that contribute to global warming. Otherwise, he warns, forests will vanish and polar ice caps will eventually disappear as atmospheric levels of carbon dioxide rise.  The lecture is sponsored by the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies and the seminar on Politics and the Environment in the 2004 Election Cycle, and is free and open to the Yale community. For more information, contact the Dean's Office at 432-5109 or fesdeansoffice@yale.edu.


Cappella Romana to perform
FREE at The Metropolitan Museum of Art,
Yale and Princeton Universities

This program will be presented at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on April 18, at Yale University on April 16, and Princeton University on April 19. Cappella Music Director Alexander Lingas will conduct both concerts. Dr. Lingas is a Fellow of Oxford University's European Humanities Research Centre and Assistant Professor of Music History at Arizona State University, and a member of Princeton's Institute for Advanced Study. All concerts are free of charge, underwritten generously by The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Hellenic Studies Departments of Yale and Princeton Universities
NEW HAVEN: Friday, 16 April 2004, 7:00pm
Dwight Chapel, Yale University Presented by Yale Hellenic Studies
Information: (203) 432-3423


Poetry Reading

Thursday, April 15, at 7:30 p.m. - Please join us in celebrating National Poetry Month at an hour long poetry reading held at ALL Gallery in New Haven. The evening will
feature work by Dianne Bilyak, Brett Foster, Macky McCleary, and Lauren Shapiro. The reading will take place on Thursday, April 15, at 7:30 p.m. Light refreshments will be served following the event. The gallery is located at the corner of State and Edwards Street. Parking is available on the street or in a nearby lot. This event is free and open to the public. Please visit the website at www.allgallery.org for more info.



BTFO Coordinators 2004
The planning and leadership of the Before the Fall Orientation (BTFO) for new and entering students is served by two student coordinators, selected at this time each year for service through the summer and early fall.  The Coordinators offer their service to the Divinity School and the entering class of new students as organizers of the entire BTFO program, scheduled this year for August 24th to 27th.  The work of BTFO Coordinator is a paid position, offering $3,000 in total income for the entire project.  The hours are flexible and the schedule is variable over the course of the project, but the Co-Coordinators should anticipate some work now before the summer
officially begins;  work on campus throughout the summer break (mostly part-time but sometimes full-time, with time for vacations);  work throughout the BTFO program itself;  and some follow-up work after the new semester begins.  If you are interested in serving as a BTFO Coordinator for 2004, > please indicate your interest to me by the end of the day on Wednesday.







Bookstore Jobs Open for 04-05

Looking for the best job on campus?  The Bookstore is now interviewing student applicants for the positions of Sales Clerk, Receving Clerk, Shipping Clerk, and Communication Coordinator for next academic year. Sales, Receiving, and Shipping positions are all 10-15 hours/week; Communications position is paid by the event or project, hours flexible. All positions receive great  bookstore benefits.  The ideal candidate for any of these positions is responsible and enthusiastic, loves books, enjoys meeting the needs of customers, has good attention to detail, and shares our commitment to the mission of the Student Book Supply. Previous retail or administrative experience is a plus. To apply, or for more information, stop in to the Bookstore or call us at 432-6101.


CLC Coordinators 2004-2005
The Community Life Committee (CLC) is served by two student Coordinators, selected at this time each year for service the following year.  The Coordinators offer their service to the Divinity School community either as a work-study job (at 15 hours/week) or a supervised ministry position (under the guidelines of the Office of Supervised Ministries).  The Coordinators are responsible for giving leadership to the work of the CLC committee of faculty, students, and staff, and for organizing a few key events of the school calendar (the Christmas Party, Spring Fling dance, and All-School Conference). If you are interested in serving as a CLC Coordinator for 2004-2005, please indicate your interest to me by the end of the day on Monday, April 5th.  A simple email message will suffice for indicating your interest.  Interviews will be held for those interested persons next week (after Monday) by a committee of students, faculty, and staff. If you are interested in receiving more information about the work of the Coordinators, please feel free to contact me, or to contact the current CLC Coordinators, Erika Jones and Ray Ward.  Thank you. Dale Peterson, Dean of Students.


Wanted Dog Sitter

Wanted: responsible, reliable, dog-loving person or couple to house & dog sit during 2004-2005 school year.  Experience not necessary -- caring deeply about dogs is.  We live less than a mile from the Divinity School, in Hamden, in a large, comfortable house with two dogs: an 8 year old Brittany and a 2 year old Cavalier King Charles spaniel.  We hope to travel for about 3 weeks this coming fall, and for 6 weeks from mid-January to end Feb, 2005 -- followed by a couple of weeks home -- then another week or so in March. We have a small fenced-in dog run behind the house, but in addition to letting dogs in and out, we'd like someone to walk them several times a day -- at least one longish one if the weather's good.  We prefer to hire students because they have more time to spend at home with the dogs, who aren't used to being left alone for long stretches of time. If you are interested, please call Barbara or Rob at 203-773-0799.  (If no
response within a short time, you can try me at our country house in New
York: 518-325-4777.)


Learning Experience with Pay!  

Apply to be a Resource Assistant at the Ministry Resource Center.  While working with resources and the real questions of students and leaders of all kinds of congregations you will learn about the varieties of leaders, congregations and what is produced to resource them.  It will upgrade your resume to know all of this.  Ask for an application for Academic year 2004-2005 employment by coming to the Ministry Resource Center by contacting Carolyn Hardin Engelhardt, Director at 203-432-5319


Church Profile and Job Description

In the center of East Barnard village there is a small church, that has served the surrounding area for over 150 years. It is historically a non-denominational church community. In the beginning, different groups, Methodist, Baptists, Universalists, would use the church on a specified week each month, sharing in the upkeep of the building. Today, we come together to worship during the months of June, July, August and again at Christmas Eve. We are looking for a minister, who may be active, retired or a seminary student, who would be responsible for worship services each week. As our children are an important part of our community, we would expect each service to include a childrens sermon. Other duties would include some sort of adult education or regular fellowship. In the past this has been in the form of a book discussion or theme-based potluck suppers. Two or three meetings over the course of the summer would be sufficient. Visiting of church members who are sick, elderly or in need of support would be expected as well. The community could foresee the candidate having time for study or research, or possibly having a part-time job in the area.

Compensation for the three months is $2,500. Help with obtaining housing would be available, and we would hope that the minister or intern would want to live in or close to our community.

For more information or to submit a resume contact:

Heather Leavitt - 4207 Broad Brook Rd. South Royalton, VT 05068, phone 802-763-8780 Heather@leavitts.us


Director of Childrens Ministries Position Available in Greenwich
I graduated from the Div School last year and I am leaving my current position to move to the Washington DC area.  I would love to talk to anyone who might be interested in filling it.  During my year here I have had a chance to lead teacher training sessions, deliver childrens sermons, teach Sunday School classes, preach, lead liturgy, head a committee, participate in staff meetings with the other ministers and generally sink
into the life of the church.  This is a great opportunity to explore church ministry for the not-yet-ordained or for those who are still discerning their calling.   It is a part-time position with a fairly flexible starting date.  Look for a more detailed posting from the church in the next few weeks.  Please e-mail me at <mailto:Dunfee@fpcg.org>Dunfee@fpcg.org or call me at 203-869-8356 if you have any questions.


YDS Summer Employment Opportunity

The Divinity School Instructional Technologies Team is looking for a student assistant to work part-time this summer creating web pages for YDS courses. The ideal candidate will have some experience designing and creating web sites and familiarity with Yales Classes.edu courseware. This is a great opportunity to integrate technology skills with theological studies and to work with staff and YDS faculty. For more information or an application contact Suzanne.Estelle-Holmer@yale.edu. (telephone 2-6374)



Needed Q Source Editor 04-05

Student needed to fill 10 hour a week position - editing, printing, copying and distributing the Q Source. Basic computer skills, typing skills and knowledge at MS Word, Excel and adobe acrobat will help. Must be dependable and organized. Flexible Hours. Please contact Faith at faith.green@yale.edu.


Want an air conditioner?

Unit for sale. Only a year and a half old only $200 or best offer. email: fegisme@aol.com. Pick up across the street from the div school





































www.library.yale.edu/div/mrc 432-5319 ministry.resource.center@yale.edu

at the Circulation Desk in the Library, take a right and a left

Staff available 10-3 weekdays


Still working on Holy Week and Easter activities? We can help!

Picture books of the Easter story for children

Seasonal liturgical resources


TALKING ABOUT THE PASSION OF THE CHRIST? Check out our wider selection of video versions of Jesus life and ministry.

Or the series of dramatizations taken from the 15th century mystery plays: The Mysteries is a four-tape series with two tapes of nativity dramas, one of Doomsday, and one of the passion.

Mel Gibsons isnt the only film to talk about!



in your future?


Check out the Vacation Bible School curricula in the Ministry Resource Center. Weve got VBS kits from a variety of publishers that you can check out and show to people in your parish so that the curriculum you want to use can be ordered in time for your VBS program. Or use our other resources to augment or create your own program.





The Ministry of Reading Scripture Aloud, April 14 12:30-1:30 p.m.