Parashat Nitzavim and VaYelech are usually combined, as they are this year. Parashat Nitzavim (‘stand’) is always read on the last Sabbath of the month of Elul, just before the arrival of Rosh Hashanah. … more
Hector Alfonso Acero Ferrer, Canada, Bat Kol alumnus 2014
He is currently pursuing a Master of Philosophy at the Institute for Christian Studies and working as a research assistant for the Centre for Philosophy, Religion, Society and Ethics. He also holds a Master of Divinity and a Bachelor of Sacred Theology from the Toronto School of Theology, Regis College.
Restituto Adoremus, Philippines, Bat Kol alumnus 2014
He is a practicing certified public accountant since 1973 having finished his Bachelor in Commerce major in Accountancy in 1972, his Masters in Business Administration in 1991 as well as the course requirement for Masters in Sacred Scriptures.
Juliana Boff Aramayo Cruz,Brazil, Bat Kol alumna 2014
She studied Psychology at Catholic University and holds an MA in Education and Teacher Training. Working at Sion School in Curitiba for 24 years, she now coordinates elementary school and teaches religion to the youth.
Margaret Cabrera, Philippines, Bat Kol alumna 2014
She is a Bat Kol alumna, 2011. She holds a BA in Philosophy from the University of the Philippines and a MA Candidate in Theological Studies from the Loyola School of Theology in Manila, Philippines. She is also Presiding Servant of the Living Hope Catholic Charismatic Community.
Ray Gaston, UK, Bat Kol alumnus 2014
Ray is an Anglican Priest and Tutor in Interfaith Engagement at Queens Foundation for Ecumenical Theological Education in Birmingham, UK. Before becoming a theological educator he was a parish priest for 12 years in inner city and multi faith contexts in Leeds UK.
Zosima Minerva Generalao, Philippines, Bat Kol alumna 2014
She is a graduate student of Divine Word Seminary-School of Theology in Tagaytay, Philippines. She finished the academic requirements for Master of Arts in Theology/Sacred Scriptures while working full-time as the Research Department head at the Philippine Daily Inquirer.
Joanna Kowalski, Canada, Bat Kol alumna 2014
She is currently completing a Masters Degree in Theology at the University of Toronto on the side while she continues to work as a French language teacher in an elementary school in Toronto. She also completed her degree from Teacher’s College, in Canada at York University’s Glendon College.
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