Gratia vobis et pax,
The Jesuit mission and charism is being fully realized in the Invenio Cohort of the Doctor of Ministry Program. Invenio means to discover and this cohort show an energy and breadth of experience from which we know they will discover new ways to impact the world. This group of brilliant scholars representing multiple minoritized populations is taking seriously the scholarly and practical work of engaging society in gospel values. Representing the African American community, Women in ministry, the LGBTQQIA+, Differently Able, and more; this cohort is the first fully minoritized DMin cohort.
Under the tutelage of our Interim Director of the DMin program, Dr. Edward Donalson III, this group represents a wide range of religious traditions including: Catholic, Presbyterian, Baptist, Pentecostal, Methodist, and Metropolitan Community Churches. Gathered from as far away as Connecticut and as local as Seattle’s Capitol Hill these scholar practitioners bring a wide range of experience to their academic pursuit as well as community cache which is in use toward a more just and humane world.
We are excited to welcome such a rich depth of experience and wisdom to the School of Theology and Ministry.
Non schola, sed vitae,
Rt. Rev. Edward Donalson III, DMin
Interim Director of the Doctor of Ministry
Assistant Clinical Professor