Nicholas Laccetti is the Communications Coordinator for the Kairos Center, and a member of the National Communications Team of the Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival. He began his work at the Kairos Center as a Poverty Initiative fellow with the field education program at Union Theological Seminary in 2013. He is the author of The Inner Church is the Hope of the World: Western Esotericism as a Theology of Liberation (Wipf and Stock, 2018). Nic holds an M.A. in Medieval Studies from Fordham University and an M.Div. from Union Theological Seminary.

Upcoming Classes with Nicholas Laccetti

October 22 @ 6:00 pm

To Set at Liberty the Oppressed: Movement Theologies and Bible Studies

This seven-part series will take up historical and conceptual analysis of the theologies that guided and were discovered through social struggle in US history. The series will also include sessions of deeper Biblical textual study following the method of “reading the Bible with the poor."
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November 5 @ 6:00 pm

To Set at Liberty the Oppressed: Movement Theologies and Bible Studies

This seven-part series will take up historical and conceptual analysis of the theologies that guided and were discovered through social struggle in US history. The series will also include sessions of deeper Biblical textual study following the method of “reading the Bible with the poor."
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November 12 @ 6:00 pm

To Set at Liberty the Oppressed: Movement Theologies and Bible Studies

This seven-part series will take up historical and conceptual analysis of the theologies that guided and were discovered through social struggle in US history. The series will also include sessions of deeper Biblical textual study following the method of “reading the Bible with the poor."
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December 3 @ 6:00 pm

To Set at Liberty the Oppressed: Movement Theologies and Bible Studies

This seven-part series will take up historical and conceptual analysis of the theologies that guided and were discovered through social struggle in US history. The series will also include sessions of deeper Biblical textual study following the method of “reading the Bible with the poor."
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Past Classes with Nicholas Laccetti

October 8 @ 6:00 pm

To Set at Liberty the Oppressed: Movement Theologies and Bible Studies

This seven-part series will take up historical and conceptual analysis of the theologies that guided and were discovered through social struggle in US history. The series will also include sessions of deeper Biblical textual study following the method of “reading the Bible with the poor."
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July 3 @ 5:30 pm

Alternative Religions

This course will engage some of the most popular recent expressions of alternative religion in the US and what they might mean for our movement-building work today
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June 5 @ 5:30 pm

Theologies of Liberation

In this three-part course we will explore some of the key theological concepts at the core of this tradition and examine some of the historical and contemporary social struggles that generate and sustain a liberatory vision of God.
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May 29 @ 5:30 pm

Theologies of Liberation

In this three-part course we will explore some of the key theological concepts at the core of this tradition and examine some of the historical and contemporary social struggles that generate and sustain a liberatory vision of God.
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