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69th Commencement for Seminary of the Southwest


May 19 - May 20


‘Southwest anticipates that restrictions and best practices of physical distancing will impact how our commencement will be held. Please stay aware of updates from Southwest as these plans develop.’

 

Seminary of the Southwest will hold two ceremonies this year – an evening service of Holy Eucharist and a formal morning Commencement – to recognize and celebrate graduating students and award degrees in divinity, religion, counseling, chaplaincy and pastoral care and spiritual formation and diplomas in Anglican studies and in theological studies.

This year’s Commencement speaker will be The Very Rev. Miguelina Howell, 10th Dean of Christ Church Cathedral.

 

 


Tuesday, May 19

Holy Eucharist on the Occasion of the
69th Commencement of Seminary of the Southwest
with the Presentation of the Seminary Crosses

5:30 p.m.
Christ Chapel
Seminary of the Southwest

501 E. 32nd St.
Austin, TX 78705

Reception to follow

 


Wednesday, May 20

The 69th Commencement Exercises of
The Episcopal Theological Seminary of the Southwest
A service of morning prayer

10:00 a.m.
Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd

3201 Windsor Road
Austin, TX 78703

Reception to follow

Commencement speaker:
The Very Rev. Miguelina Howell

Prior to her appointment as the Tenth Dean, Miguelina served as Vicar of the Cathedral.    Miguelina is originally from the Dominican Republic where she holds a license in clinical psychology.   She was ordained in 2002 in the Episcopal Diocese of the Dominican Republic. She is a member of the Episcopal Church Latino/Hispanic Ministries Council of Advice, member of the Board of the Society for the Increase of Ministry and was appointed to serve on the General Convention 2015  Task Force on Sustentability and Development of Latino/Hispanic Ministries. Miguelina serves as a faculty member of CREDO, a wellness program of the Church Pension Group. She was the seventh Rector of the Church of the Epiphany, Diocese of Newark, and served as a member of the Task Force for Re-imagining the Episcopal Church.  In the Episcopal Diocese of the Dominican Republic she was Priest-in-Charge of three congregations, executive director and administrator of the Diocesan Camp & Conference Center, and coordinator of Young Adult Ministries. Miguelina has also served as a member of the Presiding Bishop’s Staff at the Episcopal Church Center, as a member of the Council of Advice of the President of the House of Deputies, and as a member of Executive Council of the Episcopal Church.