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Christmas, Mystery, and the Wrath of St. Nicholas

Christmas, Mystery, and the Wrath of St. Nicholas

The Christ child isn’t just a nostalgic image: he is the union of the infinite and finite that ought to destroy the fabric of reality, but somehow doesn’t.

Tuesday, December 21, 2021/Author: Francis Fast Ph.D./Number of views (337)/Comments (0)/
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A Canadian Christmas, Part 2

A Canadian Christmas, Part 2

A week before Christmas, I saw them mail some two hundred letters, each with a new photo of the family in their Sunday ties. And, as the days after Christmas trickled by, almost as many came in through their door.
Thursday, December 16, 2021/Author: Dr. Ryan N.S. Topping/Number of views (438)/Comments (0)/
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Tuesday, December 21, 2021/Author: MichelleNTC/Number of views (246)/Comments (0)/
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Media Release

Media Release

NEWMAN THEOLOGICAL COLLEGE AWARDED $1 MILLION GRANT

Newman Theological College has received a grant of $986,510 USD from Lilly Endowment Inc. to help establish the Pathway to Ministry Project.

Thursday, December 9, 2021/Author: Annie Engler/Number of views (519)/Comments (0)/
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COVID-19 Notice

Dear members of the NTC Community,

As you are no doubt aware the province announced new measures for Covid in view of higher cases of infection in the province. Yesterday evening a message went out to Post-Secondary institutions specifically. We are evaluating the implications of these new restrictions for the NTC context.

Effective Immediately:

  1. Both masking and social distancing are mandatory in all public areas in the college, including the classroom;
  2. Liturgies at chapel are reduced to 1/3 of the regular capacity. The permissible number will be posted by the door. If you attend a liturgy that has already reached the maximum number, unfortunately you won’t be able to attend.

We are currently evaluating the implications of these new regulations for the relatively few classes which have too many students to make social distancing viable in the classroom. Students in these classes will receive guidance as soon as we can consult with faculty and finalize decisions in the coming days.

Staff and Students who require an exemption from wearing a mask should submit a form to Student Services stating the reason. Exemptions are made for those unable to wear a mask due to a mental or physical concern or limitation, or protected ground under the Alberta Human Rights Act. Those submitting a request for an exemption for medical reasons are asked to submit confirming documents with their form.

Mask Exemption Form
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Jason West Ph. D.
President and Vice Chancellor