Saturday, May 4, 2019
The Catholic Theological Union celebrates this year 50 years of its foundation and to commemorate this event, several people nominated 50 students who with their life experience have inspire the mission. In the Fall LOGOS magazine 25 of those 50 are published. Three Comboni missionaries made it among the first 25: Fr. José Alberto Pimentel Guzmán, and two more already dead: Fr. Ezechiele Ramin and Fr. John Ssenyondo.
On the occasion of Catholic Theological Union’s 50th Anniversary, a call was made for nominations to reflect on and recognize the important contributions that have been made by CTU graduates in theology and ministry. Nominations were received from far and wide, from scores of individuals — faculty, alumni, and community members — sharing the vital and inspirational work that our alumni have accomplished across the globe. There are countless alumni embodying CTU’s vision to be a transformative force in the Church and world; it’s impossible to limit the field to 50. We are delighted to share a sampling in a two-part series of 50 Inspiring CTU Alumni profiles here and in the Summer 2019 edition of Logos.