Join us in-person at Union Theological Seminary on Saturday, May 13 from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm, for the Second Annual Mama Leo Lecture Series. The Puerto Rican spiritual leader Reverend Leoncia Rosado Rousseau, known to many as Mama Leo, is best described as a pioneer within the Pentecostal church. Her work and legacy to transform and liberate the oppressed on the margins of society has inspired many to plant holistic churches that serve the poor and marginalized within the urban center of New York City faith communities.
This lecture series will follow this pioneering spirit and dive into the roots of Latinx Preaching by hosting a range of workshops from Holistic Preaching to Preaching to the Outcast. Join us as we invoke Mama Leo’s spirit and continue her work and legacy.
This in-person event will feature a keynote lecture by Dr. Kittim Silva. This celebration and exploration of Latinx Preaching will be a full day of workshops from speakers such as Rev. Dr. Ray Rivera, Rev. Dr. David Anglada, Rev. Olga Simpson, Rev. Rev. Orfa Rivera, Franklin Simpson, Rev. Dr. Jose Martinez, Rev. David Ramos, Rev. Enid Almanzar, Rev. Dr. Liz Ríos, Rev. Dr. Luis Alvarez and Rev. Vicente Martínez. Learn more about the Mama Leo Latinx Lecture Series here.
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