As part of the Petersheim Academic Exposition, Immaculate Conception Seminary School of Theology will present "Hail, Holy Queen, Mother of Mercy!" on Wednesday, April 23, at 7 p.m. in the Chapel of Christ the Good Shepherd in Lewis Hall. Admission is free and all are welcome.
Leading this evening of inspiration and music is Keaton Douglas, Theology graduate student and professional singer. From the opening strains of Schubert’s "Ave Maria," Douglas' presentation will joyfully celebrate, through words and music, the unique role of our glorious and blessed Virgin in the Divine Mercy. Attendees will explore how Mary is God’s great centerpiece of His mercy in the world and how we might more fully open our hearts to the Divine Mercy by embracing Mary, the mother of the Incarnate Mercy, Jesus Christ.
Keaton Douglas is currently pursuing a master’s degree in biblical
studies at Immaculate Conception Seminary School of Theology. She
inspires others as a professional singer and a voice and performance
coach. Douglas is the president of the Immaculate Heart of Mary
Praesidium of the Legion of Mary in Sandyston, New Jersey, and co-owner
of Camelot Farm at Layton – the Franciscan Center for Spiritual
For more information, please contact Theresa Miller at (973) 761-9575 or Theresa.email@example.com
Immaculate Conception Seminary is a House of Formation for the Roman Catholic priesthood and the School of Theology of Seton Hall University. As a House of Formation, for over 150 years, the Seminary has been committed to offering men preparing for the priesthood the personal, academic, ministerial and spiritual formation essential for their conversion to Jesus Christ and for their commitment to a life of service to the Church. As a School of Theology, the Seminary provides: a theological and philosophical foundation for men and women pursuing undergraduate studies; a theological foundation and a pastoral and spiritual formation for men and women preparing for ministries among the people of God; a theological foundation for men and women desiring to pursue doctoral studies; and varied opportunities for continuing theological education.
The Annual Petersheim Academic Exposition is a university-wide event that celebrates the scholarly achievement of undergraduate and graduate students through the sights and sounds of academic knowledge and its application. The EXPO is aligned with Seton Hall University's mission in several ways, honoring the innovative spirit of its founder, Matthew Petersheim, PhD, associate professor of chemistry, who passed away in 1998.