V is for Venite


V is for Venite (Come — Days without violence!) is a week of activities focusing the community’s attention on the problem of violence against women and girls, and the need to mobilize theological and ecclesial resources to end it. The week culminates with a registered performance of Eve Ensler’s The Vagina Monologues, Friday, February 13, 8:00 p.m., Hundley Hall, Gardencourt, on the Louisville Seminary campus.




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About Ha_Qohelet

Ha_Qohelet is a transliteration of Hebrew definite article plus a feminine participle, all together meaning "the (feminine) one who assembles" or who calls together. Qohelet is the title of one of the books of the Hebrew Scripture, known in English as Ecclesiastes. The Women's Center at LPTS feels the epithet of Qohelet is a fitting one for what we do and are. The Women's Center is, indeed, a caller-together, a caller-to-wisdom, and an assembler -- of people, of ideas, of actions, and ultimately, we hope, of transformations in the world. In this context, Ha_Qohelet is the Director of the Women's Center, and Editor-in-Chief of Wimminwise.

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