Center for Vocational Reflection
Yom haShoah Speaker
Monday May 5th – 7:00 PM – Eva Schloss – Holocaust survivor and step-sister of Anne Frank
Response to the Holocaust
Winners of this year will be honored at the Yom haShoah remembrance, Monday, May 5th
Winner: Jacob Bobbitt – “Pope Pius XII: The Catholic Church and Holy See during World War II and the Holocaust”
Honorable Mention: Sarah Elger – “Observer Awareness”
Honorable Mention: Thomas Nowack – “the saddest conversations”
Working With Faith
Tuesday, April 29th – 6:00 PM – “Theology of the Potluck”
Trip to Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary
Students considering continuing their studies at a seminary:
The next lecture will be May 8th 11:30 AM – Library South End.
Speaker: Steve Bahls
Augustana Interns at Zion Lutheran Church
We are delighted to connect four Augustana Interns with Zion Lutheran Church in Davenport to work with their Family and Youth Ministry. The four students, Melinda King ‘10, Ryan Schone ‘11, Kaitlin Sirois ‘10, and Anne Spoden ‘10 returned from the ELCA Youth Ministry Extravaganza excited to put their interests to work. They will be installed as interns on Sunday, May 11, and have already begun laying the groundwork for the ministry they will do in the coming year. The CVR thanks Rev. Dr. Ritva Williams, associate pastor at Zion and Augustana Religion Faculty, who has been instrumental in establishing this partnership and will supervise the interns in their roles at Zion.
Let your voice be heard! Contact Bob Haak in the CVR .