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3rd Viktor Frankl Logotherapy Congress in Vienna

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Written by Dr. Ann V. Graber, Fellow, Professor of Pastoral Logotherapy and Director of the Graduate Center for Pastoral Logotherapy

An International Congress on Logotherapy and Existential Analysis was hosted by the Viktor Frankl Institute Vienna and its cooperation… Continue reading

The Graduate Center for Pastoral Logotherapy

GTF Faculty News: Dr. Ann V. Graber, Director of the Center for Pastoral Logotherapy, writes:

Dr. Ann V. Graber, Director of the Graduate Center for Pastoral Logotherapy

Dr. Ann V. Graber, Director of the Graduate Center for Pastoral Logotherapy

Pastoral Logotherapy: Psycho-Spiritual Care and Counseling – ecumenically applicable

The Graduate… Continue reading

Sacred Music “Nota Bene”

Music Director, Plate Spinner, and Colleague

I recall one Christmas Eve when the organist/choirmaster/bell choir director/pianist had just run up the stairs for the second time to direct the fifth part of the evening’s prelude music. The smiling pastor turned… Continue reading

Description of Common Buddhist Holy Days, Sensei J. Anthony Stultz

Dr. J. Anthony Stultz

Dr. J. Anthony Stultz

J. Anthony Stultz is Professor of Buddhist Studies. He is Founder and Director of the Blue Mountain Lotus Society (est. 1999), the Blue Lotus School for Ministry (est. 2001), and the Center for Mindful… Continue reading

Yom Kippur 2015 at the Lincoln Memorial

Tribute to Fr. Bernie O’Connor by Dr. Robin Gibbons

The Rev. Dr. Bernard O'Connor (seated) is introduced by The Revd Canon Dr. Robin Gibbons at the 2013 Lord Robert Runcie Convocation Lecture. Dr. O'Connor's lecture was entitled, "The Papal Resignation of 2013: A Pilgrim’s Journey to Emmaus."

The Rev. Dr. Bernard O’Connor (seated) is introduced by The Revd Canon Dr. Robin Gibbons at the 2013 Lord Robert Runcie Convocation Lecture. Dr. O’Connor’s lecture was entitled, “The Papal Resignation of 2013: A Pilgrim’s Journey to Emmaus.”

“A personal… Continue reading