From the Dean’s Office at Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia

Dear Faculty, Students and Staff,

On behalf of President Krey, I want to announce to the seminary community that the Board of Trustees at its meeting held on Oct. 25-26, approved the recommendation of the faculty to appoint Dr. Claudio Carvalhaes to the position of Associate Professor in the field of “Liturgy and Worship,” effective July 1, 2012.

I am pleased to report to you that Dr. Carvalhaes has accepted the seminary’s invitation.

For those of you who may not be aware of the faculty search this fall, Dr. Carvalhaes was one among the four short-listed candidates who were invited to make public presentations and lead a worship service at LTSP.  Originally from Brazil,  Dr. Carvlhaes has been a professor of Liturgy and Preaching at the Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary.  He earned his Doctoral degree from the Union Theological Seminary in New York and has extensive publications to his credit.  His most recent book is on Eucharist and Globalization, Redrawing the Boundaries of Eucharistic Hospitality (Wipf and Stock, Pickwick Publications, 2012).

I want to take this opportunity to thank the Student Committee, the Faculty Search Committee, chaired by Prof. Richard Stewart, and all others who provided valuable input in the search process.  Thanks.

J. Paul Rajashekar

Dean of the Seminary

Luther D. Reed Professor of Systematic Theology

The Lutheran Theological Seminary

7301 Germantown Avenue

Philadelphia, PA 19119

One thought on “From the Dean’s Office at Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia

  1. Marcos Oliveira

    Dear friends,

    Joy, commitment, dreams and love, are key elements in the life of a person or an institution. Blessed are those who can enjoy and live the junction of these elements or even try them.

    I firmly believe that Theologycal Louisville Presbyterian Seminary was a real witness to this embodiment of this sacred act and form of work represented and lived in the person of Dr. Claudio Carvalhaes.
    The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia will never be the same as Louisville never will be.

    Congratulations to both,

    Marcos Oliveira
    (one of the witnesses)

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