Rev. Charles J. Lopez Jr. Celebrated by Marquis Who’s Who for Excellence in Religious Services

Initially from Chicago, Rev. Charles J. Lopez, Jr. has been incorporated into Marquis’ Who. As in all Marquis’ Who anecdotal volumes, people profiled are chosen on the premise of current reference esteem. Variables, for example, position, critical achievements, perceivability, and noticeable quality in a field are altogether considered amid the choice procedure.

Bolstered by over 40 years in peaceful service, Rev. Lopez as of now fills in as Clergyman for Provision Trinity Mind Hospice – a position he has held since 2002. Throughout the years, he has filled in as minister at Sacred Trinity Lutheran Church (Rockaway, NJ) and Effortlessness Lutheran Church (Pittsburgh, Dad and Anaheim, CA). Also, he held parts with St. Louis State School, el Redentor (Bogota, Colombia, South America), Lutheran Social Administrations, and Lutheran Family & Kids’ Administrations.

A graduate of various prestigious establishments, including Concordia College (St. Paul, MN), the U of Illinois (Chicago), and Lutheran School of Religious philosophy at Chicago. Dr. Lopez holds a Partner of Expressions, a Four year certification in liberal arts in brain research, an Ace of Heavenly nature, an Ace of Sacrosanct Religious philosophy, and a PhD. He likewise holds an authentication in bioethics and a testament in otherworldly heading from Loyola Marymount College (Los Angeles). Rev. Lopez’s expert affiliations incorporate the Relationship of Expert Ministers and the Institute of Area Church. He is an appointed pastorate individual from the Outreaching Lutheran Church in America (ELCA).

Notwithstanding creating “Otherworldly Care Reflections from a Hospice Cleric” (October 2015, Energion Productions), he has various articles in expert diaries including Sharing the Practice, Theological college Edge Survey, Best Burial service Contemplations, Herberg Gathering: A Manual for the Papers and Commented on Writings (1978), Peaceful Care and Advising Abstracts and the Pittsburgh Book of Day by day Petition. Rev. Lopez has accomplished many honors for his work in the field. He won the Men of Accomplishment Honor (Cambridge, Britain), and is an individual from the Henri Nouwen Society and the Thomas Merton Society. He has additionally been included in five releases of’s Who in America and the fourth version of’s Who in Religion.

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