Seminary of the Southwest announces the launch of Episcopal Theological Education for Emerging Ministries (ETEEM) slated to begin October 17 – 19, 2013. ETEEM is a joint certificate program conducted in Spanish by Southwest and the Lutheran Seminary Program in the Southwest.
The Board of Trustees of Seminary of the Southwest awarded honorary degrees to three leaders of the church at the seminary’s commencement yesterday.
Greg Garrett, PhD, writer in residence at Seminary of the Southwest, has published a new book entitled Faithful Citizenship that explores the problems and opportunities facing faithful people as they try to reconcile their faith and public life.
Seminarians in Austin, Texas, are “taking the gospel to the streets” as an interfaith chaplaincy ministry to those participating in Occupy Austin.
In his sermon, the Rt. Rev. David Reed, bishop suffragan in the diocese of West Texas, spoke of Bishop Hines’ commitment to the poor and oppressed.
Recently Seminary of the Southwest was privileged to have its Dean and President, the Very Rev. Douglas Travis, be invited to participate in the inaugural consultation for theological college “principals” in the Anglican Communion.
Robert M. Ayres, Jr., San Antonio native, investment banker, philanthropist and churchman was awarded the Doctor of Humane Letters, honoris causa at this week’s commencement service for Seminary of the Southwest in Austin, May 10.
Robert M. Ayres Jr., a San Antonio, Texas native, investment banker, philanthropist and churchman, will be awarded the honorary doctor of humane letters at the Episcopal Church-affiliated Seminary of the Southwest's commencement in Austin May 10.