The Jay Phillips Center’s rabbis-in-residence program, which became Lived Religions in UST Classrooms in 2018, promoted the study of Judaism, with special emphasis on the relationship of Judaism to Christianity and other religions.  Along with presenting public lectures, the rabbis involved in this program served as guest professors in classes and taught in other venues at the University of Saint Thomas and the College of Saint Benedict/Saint John’s University. Rabbis continue to serve in this capacity under the new program. Click here to view a listing of the center's previous rabbis-in-residence from 2010 to 2018.