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F O R O U R A L U M N I & F R I E N D S
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"Your way of acting should be different from the world's way." Rule of Benedict 4.22
Celebrating Distinguished Service
It is with both sadness at his passing and and celebration of his life that we mourn the departure of Monsignor Preston A. Moss, alumnus of both Saint John's University and the Graduate School of Theology and Seminary. Moss led a remarkable life of service and while we grieve at his passing, we also rejoice in his service to the church and his community.
Meet our most recent graduates, educated and formed in the Catholic, Benedictine tradition, ready for service to the Church and world. This past May, the SOT/Sem graduated the next group of lay and religious professionals with Degrees of Master of Arts, Master of Theological Studies, Master of Divinity, and Master of Theology.
This June at the Annual All-Class Reunion, Dr. Nancy Dallavalle '83, was presented the Sr. Mary Anthony Wagner Award for her commitment to empowering women in service of the church and society. Amie Schumacher '15, a Bush Fellow recipient for 2019 for her work in Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) trauma care, will deliver the Keynote Address.
With regret, we share our sorrow at the death of
Jean Vanier, one of the 20th centuries foremost humanitarians, founder of the
L'Arche communities for people with disabilities, and
the Graduate School of Theology and Seminary's selection for the 2000 Dignitas Humana Award.