Marilyn McEntyre, Ph.D.
Maryiln McEntyre is a writer and professor of medical humanities at UC Davis and the UC Berkeley-UCSF Joint Medical Program. She cares about connecting spirituality, politics, food, healthcare, care for the earth and its creatures, care for language and public discourse, and finding new ways to live together on a planet that needs healing.
Her writing has appeared in The Christian Century, Weavings, Sojourners, Prism, Conversations, Christianity Today, Academic Medicine, Medical Humanities, Literature and Medicine, and a variety of other academic and trade publications.
Victor J. Klimoski Lifelong Learning Lecture & Dinner
October 2, 2014, 9:30 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
The Victor J. Klimoski Lifelong learning Lecture and Dinner supports the work of Conversatio, a commitment of Saint John's School of Theology•Seminary to support faith-filled and creative leaders for church and society. Proceeds from the event help fund programs and training for clergy, lay ecclesial ministers, and other lay leaders.
|Schedule of Events Guests may attend some or all
||Gathering, Hospitality, Welcome and Introduction (Founder's Room, Quad 170)
||Preaching and Teaching for Healing
||Threshold Moments: Practicing Trust in Times of Transition
||A Tasting of Words—Poetry readings by Marilyn McEntyre and Victor Klimoski
||Eucharist in the Abbey Church
||Dinner in Celebration of Victor J. Klimoski dedicated service to the Conversatio Lifelong Learning Program. (Quad 264)
||Poetry Reading with Marilyn McEntyre and Victor J. Klimoski