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PSR applauds California Supreme Court's historic decision for same-sex marriage equality

Pacific School of Religion applauds today’s ruling by the California Supreme Court that affirms the full equality of same-sex couples under the California state constitution.

In memoriam: William K. Laurie (1924-2008)

William K. Laurie, former vice president of administration for Pacific School of Religion, died April 17, 2008 in Chico, CA. Born in Altoona, PA on June 2, 1924, he grew up in Jeannette, PA.

Summer Session 2008 courses offered

(Story updated from Spring 2008 Bulletin)

PSR launches new Web site with fresh design, new navigation

PSR has launched a redesign of its Web site, psr.edu, which was last redesigned eight years ago.

Archbishop Desmond Tutu Receives LGBT Human Rights Award; thanks LGBT People and Asks for Forgiveness

Archbishop Desmond Tutu once again set a stellar example for religious leaders and faith communities with this outspoken and unrelenting stand for justice and human dignity.

King commemorated on eve of 40th anniversary of assassination

Pacific School of Religion commemorated the life and teaching of Martin Luther King, Jr. on Thursday, April 3, the eve of the 40th anniversary of his assassination.

Oscar Romero Tribute April 7-29

A month of events honoring the life and struggle of Archbishop Romero and peoples of Latin American Descent.

Proclaiming "Advancing Racial Justice Month" this April at PSR

On behalf of the Pacific School of Religion community and its Dismantling Racism Committee, I am pleased to announce that we are proclaiming April 2008 as "Advancing Racial Justice Month" on Holy H

In Memoriam: Milton Wolff (1915–2008)

Milton Wolff died on January 14, 2008. Formerly a bookbinder for the PSR Library, Wolff was famous for his leftist politics and for volunteering to fight against Franco in Spain.

Boyung Lee first woman of color to receive tenure at PSR

At the close of 2007, PSR faculty member Boyung Lee was promoted to associate professor of educational ministries. What was extraordinary about the promotion of ...