The criminal justice system in the US is more and more organized around punitive notions of justice. Violence is often met with violence. Yet in the Twin Cities we have lots of experience with restorative practices that draw on principles of nonviolence. Join us on September 30 at 11:30 a.m. for a panel discussion with Brenda Burnside, Randi Roth, and Mary Hess where we will introduce the concept of restorative justice. Sponsored by INVITE at Luther Seminary (Integrating Nonviolence into Theological Education) and Interfaith Action. RSVP for the zoom link.
Archives for September 16, 2022
If you have recently completed internship and have not yet attended an internship debrief, please join your Luther Seminary peer community to share your “Whoops, Wows and Wonders” on Tuesday, September 20, 2022 from 3:30-5 pm (Central) at the Internship DeBrief event. To register for this virtual event and receive the Zoom link, please register here.
There are so many stories to share of how you have been God’s hands and feet in the world during this time. We know that 90 minutes will be too short to share so much of what you have experienced, however, we pray it offers a few moments to connect with your fellow interns and learn from each other as you prepare for the next steps in your faith journey.
In compliance with the “Timely Notice” provision of the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act of 1998, Luther Seminary is giving notice of two incidents that occurred on the Seminary campus.
On the night of September 13th, 2022, the catalytic converter was stolen from a Seminary owned vehicle parked next to the Luther Seminary maintenance garage located behind the LDR Apartments at 1559 Fulham Street.
On the night of September 14th, an unknown person or persons entered the Luther Seminary maintenance garage located behind the LDR Apartments at 1559 Fulham Street and stole a Kawasaki utility ATV used by the Seminary maintenance team.
STATUS: Reports have been filed with the St. Paul Police Department for each incident.
1. Please keep doors to residences and vehicles locked.
2. Do not keep valuables in vehicles.
3. If you witness a crime in progress or suspected criminal behavior, contact the St. Paul Police Department at 911. After calling 911, please contact the Luther Seminary Operations Desk at 651-523-1777. Do not approach or attempt to apprehend the person(s) involved.