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Emmanuel Katongole slated for Payne Lecture


Feb 9
Knapp Auditorium, Seminary of the Southwest

Dr. Emmanuel Katongole, associate professor of world religions and world church at the University of Notre Dame and author and expert in the study of Africa and the theology of reconciliation and lament will deliver the 2017 Payne Lecture and keynote address for Black History Month at Seminary of the Southwest.

Dr. Katongole’s biography

The theme of Black History Month is “Stepping into Mission: Faith in What’s to Come.” In addition to Dr. Katongole’s lecture, the seminary will display work by a variety of artists in the Weeks Center during the month of February.

A celebration Eucharist on Thursday, February 23, will conclude the Black History Month celebration on the campus with Larry Terrell Crudup, assistant pastor of Sweet Home Baptist Church in Round Rock, Texas, preaching.

All are invited.

 

For your Payne Lecture Continuing Education Participation Certificate, please click below:
Payne-Lecture-Participation-Certificate_with-lecturer-Dr.-Emmanuel-Katongole.pdf