Caldwell, N.J., March 17, 2017- “The Theology of Mind, Body, Spirit: The Riddle of My Existence” will be the topic of a lecture presented by Theology adjunct faculty member Dr. Valerie D. Lewis-Mosley at Caldwell University, 4:30 p.m, Monday March 27.
The forum is being hosted by the Theology/Philosophy Department as part of its Sister Maura Campbell lecture series. It is free and open to the public and will be held in the Alumni Theatre.
With her perspective and experience as a pastoral theologian and social justice advocate, Dr. Lewis-Mosley will focus on character development, ethics and ongoing growth in a spiritual relationship with God.
She will examine redemptive healing and the building of the mind, body, spirit continuum as a method of faith seeking reason. She will talk about how to use the moments of life’s grandeur and misery to examine the meaning in one’s life.
Lewis-Mosley is Director of Religious Education at Christ the King Church in Jersey City, an Associate of the Sisters of St. Dominic of Caldwell, and an advisory board member of the Newark Archdiocesan Apostolate for Black Catholic Ministry. She is a member of the Lady’s Auxiliary of the Knights of St. Peter Claver, the Black Catholic Theological Symposium and the Boston College African Hispanic Asian Native Alumni Advisory Council (AHANA).
The lecture series is named after Sister Maura Campbell, who was a Sister of St. Dominic of Caldwell, a theologian, philosopher, professor, researcher and national leader in education whose scholarship and teaching spanned 50 years.