Eva Marie Lumas

 Eva Marie Lumas

Address1712 Euclid Avenue
Berkeley, CA

Assistant Professor of Religious Education and Culture, Franciscan School of Theology
Associate Professor of Faith and Culture, Graduate Theological Union

D.Min., Howard University School of Divinity, Washington, D.C.,
Th.M., Institute for Black Catholic Studies, Xavier University of Louisiana,
B.A., California State University, San Jose,

Eva, a Sister of Social Service, is a consultant and instructor of religious education across the country. Besides her busy teaching and preaching schedule locally, she has initiated the development of several religious education guidebooks and training programs for the African-American Catholic Community. A much sought-after lecturer and preacher at the national level in the areas of inculturation, multiculturalism, catechesis, liturgy and pastoral ministry, Eva’s profound and creative insights into culture and ritual awaken a new sense of awareness in students in her popular classes.

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