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Rev. Andrew L. Nelson

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Pastor

Phone: (605) ***-****  HQ Phone
Luther Center
723 E Cherry St
Vermillion , South Dakota 57069
United States

Company Description: USD Luther Center - Come worship with us!
Background

Employment History

Education

  • PhD , Religious Studies
    Marquette University
  • Ph.D.
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Web References
Staff | The Luther Center at USD
luthercenter.org, 22 July 2014 [cached]
Luther Center Pastor: Rev. Andrew Nelson
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Pastor Andy began his ministry at the Luther Center in August of 2012. He was ordained in September of 2009 and the Luther Center is his second call.
He grew up in Red Wing, MN and is a graduate of Luther College, Decorah, IA and Luther Seminary, St. Paul, MN.
He enjoys reading good fiction, spending time with friends and family, being outdoors, and traveling. He will rarely pass up a game of ultimate frisbee.
School Board
stchrisschoolnh.org, 21 Sept 2014 [cached]
The day included morning prayer and mass with Bishop Libasci and presentations by Superintendant of Schools Fr. John Fortin and newly-ordained priest Fr. Andrew Nelson.
At that time, there were just ...
www.adventistreview.org, 28 Sept 2013 [cached]
At that time, there were just 40 Seventh-day Adventist members and 5 church workers in all of the regions north of Tokyo…..one of those workers was Pastor Andrew Nelson.
One Friday evening a delayed telegram reached Pastor Nelson inviting him to a church committee meeting in Tokyo. After Sabbath, he walked almost 10 kilometers to the nearest railroad station. It had rained and stormed all Sabbath but providentially the sky cleared at sunset and the stars came out brightly to guide Pastor Nelson on his journey along the shoreline of the Pacific Ocean. He later wrote in a letter: "I peered along the darkening horizon and thought of the great need of the ten million people in my two undermanned fields of Tohoku and the Island of Hokkaido . . . Our greatest need is men.
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After walking almost 10 kilometers to the railway station, Pastor Nelson was shocked to learn that he could not travel to Tokyo since the city was nearly destroyed.
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The story I shared with you earlier about Andrew Nelson who, in 1923, was unaware of the great earthquake and fire that had taken place in Tokyo is even more striking when one considers that it was along that very same shoreline that the most powerful earthquake to ever hit Japan struck just two years ago-Friday, March 11, 2011.
Endtime Ministries
www.endtime.com [cached]
Source: Father Andrew Nelson, retired rector of St. Francis Seminary.
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Father Andrew Nelson, the retired rector of St. Francis Seminary, said he did not sign the letter but was in sympathy with the cause.
"My concern is the timeliness of it," Nelson said."Under the present papacy it's not going to be received or attended to."He added that it was also "a bit awkward" that Archbishop Dolan, a vigorous supporter of priestly celibacy, will be in charge of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops committee that will be asked to discuss the letter.
"For many priests, celibacy has been a blessing.
Bioethics Forum 2007 Speaker Bios
www.btci.org, 17 June 2008 [cached]
Reverend Andrew L. Nelson, Ph.D. was ordained a Roman Catholic priest in 1957.He earned a License in Sacred Theology at the Gregorian University in Rome in 1958.Following 5 years of parish ministry, served as chaplain at Winnebago State Hospital, 1963-70, including a year of pastoral-clinical study at St. Elizabeth Federal Mental Hospital and Catholic University in Washington, DC., earning status of chaplain supervisor.Following 8 years as a parish pastor, he finished a PhD in Religious Studies at Marquette University in 1981.He has taught Moral Theology at Saint Francis Seminary since 1978, with stints as Academic Dean, vice-rector and Rector.Upon retiring in 2001and until 2006, he served as adjunct professor there while fulfilling a part-time parish assignment.He continues to write and lecture on moral and ethical issues, as well as engage in parish work at the Cathedral and surrounding parishes.
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