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Recording Available for Mitka’s Secret Program

President Joel N. Lohr, along with co-authors Steven Brallier and Lynn Beck in Nashville, spoke on Sept. 19 with Dr. Avinoam Patt about their book Mitka’s Secret, the remarkable life story of Mitka Kalinski, who survived seven years of enslavement to a Nazi officer during and after World War II.

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President Lohr Schedules Fall Office Hours

President Joel N. Lohr has scheduled office hours for the Fall 2021 semester. 4-5 p.m., Thursday, September 23 4-5 p.m., Thursday, October 28 4-5 p.m., Thursday, November 18 4-5 p.m., Thursday, December 16 President Lohr will hold office hours for students, faculty, and staff by appointment. Appointments will be made on a first come, first served basis in 15-minute time slots during the above designated hours. Contact Lorraine Browne (lbrowne@hartsem.edu) to set up an appointment!

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A Name Change Not Taken Lightly

In one form or another, Hartford Seminary has been around for 187 years. While the campus has been in five different locations, and though we actually began as the Theological Institute of Connecticut, for most...

The post A Name Change Not Taken Lightly first appeared on Religion & Peace.

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Reflection on 9-11 at Hartford Seminary And Our Commitment to Building Interfaith Understanding

On September 11, 2001, our world changed. That Tuesday has affected everyone around the world in ways that are still being felt. I was living in Cairo, Egypt in September 2001. I had just come...

The post Reflection on 9-11 at Hartford Seminary And Our Commitment to Building Interfaith Understanding first appeared on Religion & Peace.

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How Hartford Seminary Students and Faculty Interfaith Efforts Support Refugees

Refugees can face overwhelming challenges as they strive to rebuild their lives in an unfamiliar country, assimilate into a new culture, become economically self-sufficient, and even, simply to survive.  In order to meet these challenges...

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