Evangelization through Education
Evangelization through education
"By my nature, I need to understand.It was this need to understand that led me to become passionate about the theological world from the beginning of my formation in consecrated life"
Sr. Ianire Angulo Ordorika
Sr. Ianire Angulo Ordorika speaks at an Oct. 21 lecture at the Pontifical University of Salamanca's Madrid campus.
She is passionate not only about theology itself, but also sharing it. She is a professor of theology at Loyola University Andalusia in Granada, Spain, and a guest lecturer with the Theological Institute of Religious Life at the Pontifical University of Salamanca (Madrid campus).
When she felt called to religious life, she said she chose to join the Handmaids because the community devotes itself to evangelization through education, and she made her final vows in 2002.
Her congregation mostly runs schools; she is one of the few members who works outside its sponsored ministries.
In October, she published a paper on abuse of power in religious life, "La Presencia Innombrada: Abuso de Poder en la Vida Consagrada" ("The Unnamed Presence: Abuse of Power in Consecrated Life").
The course is sponsored by the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation.