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Joined on 6 August, 2009
“I see design as a way to connect with people and give them tools to accomplish their goals. That’s very much in line with what I love about chaplaincy.”
Visit our Instagram or Facebook to read how Kateleigh Hewins Clark, MDiv ‘15, uses chaplaincy in her work as a UX designer.
.@JadeSylvan, MDiv ‘20, adapted the biblical story of David into a #queer #bible #musical, Beloved King. The show was slated to go live at @ClubOBERON—and then the pandemic hit. Still, theater continues to serve as #chaplaincy for the #LGBTQ+ community.
Please join the Mind & Life Institute as they host “A Conversation on the Crisis of Climate Feedback Loops,” a FREE Livestream event featuring His Holiness the Dalai Lama and Greta Thunberg. Livestreaming on January 9, 2021, 10:30 p.m. EST (January 10, 2021 9:00 a.m. IST).
"HDS taught me how to companion people as they navigate what @CornelWest calls the 'raw, funky, stanky stuff of life.'"
Visit our Facebook to read how Erik W. Martínez Resly, MDiv ‘12, stays grounded in turbulent times, and IG for how he uses art to work toward a just future.
In his new book the @DalaiLama writes to @GretaThunberg: "It is encouraging to see how you have opened the eyes of the world to the urgency to protect our planet, our only home."
Join them to discuss the @climateloops films Jan 9!
The current #HarvardDivinityBulletin features stunning illustrations of #massincarceration by #Caldecott winner R. Gregory Christie (@GasArtGifts). As illustrator, Christie injects wonder and beauty into historical and contemporary narratives of Black resilience and creativity.
More of 2020 at Harvard:
1. A @HarvardDivinity student in the fall
2. The 2020-21 @HarvardGSAS RAs in the fall
3. An undergraduate student voted early at Fenway Park
4. @hseas's Science and Engineering Complex was completed at the end of the year
To those celebrating Kwanzaa, we hope you enjoy the festivities however they may look in 2020!
As you reflect on the seven principles of Kwanzaa, may you be strengthened with a renewed sense of self, heritage, and community for the coming year.
We hope that you have felt the joy of the season and are remaining safe and full of holiday cheer. To all those celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ, may you be filled with the spirit of hope, peace, and good will.
Sarah Byrne-Martelli, MDiv ’02, and Erica Rose Long, MDiv ’16, work as chaplains at #MGH. Their secret to getting through the day? Byzantine chanting and tragic improv. Read more about the joyful sorrow of #chaplaincy at @MassGeneralNews during #COVID19.
Winter Solstice, Yule, Midwinter—all name the longest night of the year. With the turning of the wheel, the lengthening days begin again.
To all celebrating, may you find renewal and comfort in receding darkness and new beginnings. #Yule #WinterSolstice
Calling all prospective students! Tomorrow meet current students Kate, Atéha, and Julia as they take over @HarvardDivinity Instagram to answer your questions about HDS, tips and tricks for a strong application, and what life is really like at HDS
Applications are due on Jan. 7!
We don't know when we'll be able to do in-person shows again, but the darkened stages have given me time to reflect on the spiritual (and some might say religious) aspects of theater, perhaps especially for the LGBTQ community. New piece @HarvardDivinity
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