The Theology, Medicine, and Culture Initiative at Duke Divinity School hosted the Inaugural Thomas Gerard Catena Lecture on November 19th at Goodson Chapel. Read about and watch the lecture in this article in Duke Today:
“In football, a nose guard is a position with no glamour and no glory. A defensive bulwark, the nose guard must hold his position along the line of scrimmage—it takes a physical toll.
Former All-American nose guard Dr. Thomas Catena brings that same determination to his work as a medical missionary in the Nuba Mountains of Sudan, where he is the only surgeon serving 750,000 people in a remote and war-torn area….” Read the article and watch the lecture.