Monthly Archives: March 2015

Seminary President Attends International Conference Addressing the Challenges of “Post-Christian” Society

Thanks to the Canadian Lutheran for the following story. Following an invitation from the Commission on Theology (CT) of the Independent Evangelical Lutheran Church in Germany (SELK), representatives of various commissions on theology from Lutheran churches in Europe and North … Continue reading

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Easter Drama at Concordia

On Tuesday, 7 April, our seminary will host a special Easter drama produced jointly by the Brock University Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, the Department of Dramatic Arts, and the Department of Music. The Visitatio Sepulchri (“Visit to the … Continue reading

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The Annunciation of Our Lord (Sermon)

The following sermon was preached by Dr John Stephenson in the seminary’s Martin Luther Chapel for the divine service observing the Festival of the Annunciation, 25 March 2015. The text is Luke 1:26-38. The way Mary and Gabriel conducted themselves … Continue reading

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St Joseph, Guardian of Jesus

The following sermon was preached by Dr Thomas Winger in the seminary’s Martin Luther Chapel for the divine service commemorating St Joseph, Guardian of Jesus, 19 March 2015. The text was Mt. 2:13-23. Dear brothers and sisters of our Lord … Continue reading

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Lenten Appeal 2015

Rev. Cameron Schnarr, pastor of Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church, Winnipeg, a 2010 graduate of this seminary, and a current member of its Board of Regents, has written our Lenten Appeal Letter. (Printed copies will be sent to every LCC congregation … Continue reading

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Looking Forward to a Visiting Scholar: Rev. Esko Murto

We are pleased to announce that our seminary community will shortly be enhanced by a visiting scholar from Helsinki, Finland. Rev. Esko Murto will spend the 2015-16 academic year in St. Catharines. This is the third in a sequence of … Continue reading

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Dead Sea Scrolls Brought to Life

One of the mysteries surrounding the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls, explained Sister Eileen Schuller, professor in McMaster University’s Department of Religious Studies, to students, faculty and area clergy in a convocation on 10 February, was that no one … Continue reading

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