According to Leviticus 16:1-34 the Lord instructed the Israelites in fine detail how to observe the Day of Atonement (Yom Kippur). This is to happen at least once a year on the 10th day of the 7th month, Tishrei. … more
Fiona Li, Canada, Bat Kol alumna 2014
Currently a full-time student at the University of St. Michael’s College – Faculty of Theology, in the University of Toronto. She also teaches at her local parish the Rite to Christian Initiation for Children and Confirmation classes.
Fanuel Magwidi, Zimbabwe, Bat Kol alumnus 2014
He is a Franciscan Catholic Priest, holds a BA in Religious Studies and an STL in Biblical Theology. Currently lecturing at Chishawasha Regional Seminary, Catholic University in Zimbabwe and Holy Trinity College where he is the Academic Dean.
Nick Piccoli, Canada, Bat Kol alumnus 2014
He is a theology student from Toronto, Canada. He has a Business Degree and has chosen teaching high school students as his vocation. Studies at Bat Kol have presented him with an opportunity to pursue a faith pilgrimage as well as advance his theology towards a Masters Degree.
Alisha Pomazon, Canada, Bat Kol alumna 2014
Alisha has a Ph.D in Western Religious Thought from McMaster University and is currently teaching Jewish Studies at St. Thomas More College in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Her major research interests include Modern Jewish Thought, Interreligious Dialogue and nineteenth century biblical and Talmudic studies.
Maria da Graca Puppi da Silva, Brazil, Bat Kol alumna 2014
She studied at Our Lady of Sion College. At Catholic University, Maria majored in Communications – Journalism. She guides in parapsychology. Currently she teaches in Curitiba and Londrina and is a member of the National Commission for Dialogue between Catholics and Jews, the National Council of Bishops of Brazil, CNBB.
Joshua Smith, Canada, Bat Kol alumnus 2014
He is currently taking a B.A. Honours degree in Religion & Culture at the University of Saskatchewan in Canada. His focus is Social Justice and Non-violent Resistance in the Judeo-Christian context.
Verena Wright Lovett, UK, Bat Kol alumna 2014
Verena attended the Sion Convent London. Today she is a mother of 3 children. She earned an M.A. in English (mature student) and has lectured on Literary /Cultural/ Women’s Studies. Publications include: Healing Priesthood; Maid In God’s Image; Reflections (var). She is active in her parish and the National Board Catholic Women.
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