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Religion


About

St. Mark's religion classes help students understand and appreciate that there are multiple ways in which humans make meaning of their existence and condition, and multiple opinions on how best to regulate human behavior and interaction.

Students are required to study at least three religious systems of thought (Judaism, Christianity, and Islam), as well as other meaning-making systems, either religious, humanist, ethical, philosophical, aesthetic, or historical. In both style and substance, the classes are non-sectarian, and similar to what one might find in a college class on religion or philosophy.

Faculty

Loris Adams

Titles: Director of Community and Equity Affairs
Departments: Religion, Community and Equity Affairs, Senior Administrative Team
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School: 508.786.6041

Laura Appell-Warren

Titles: Director of Global Citizenship and the Global Citizenship Institute, History&Social Sciences and Religion Teacher
Departments: History and Social Sciences, Religion
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School: 508.786.6155

Stephen Hebert

Titles: Assistant Chaplain/Religion Teacher
Departments: Religion
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School: 508.786.6267

Amanda Hultin

Titles: English/Religion Teacher
Departments: English, Religion
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School: 508.786.6335

Barbara Talcott

Titles: Religion Department Chair, Head Chaplain
Departments: Religion, Senior Administrative Team
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School: 508.786.6186

Colleen Worrell

Titles: Director of the Center
Departments: History and Social Sciences, Dean of Academics, Religion, The Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning
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School: 508.786.4057

Courses