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Current Events

​​​​​​Winter & Spring 2023 Events

February 15

2/15/23 talk by Daniel Schied
Divine Cosmos, Sacred Earth: Hindu and Christian Approaches to Ecology (details​)​

Did you know that, despite obvious differences in scripture, philosophy, and theology, Hindus and Christians share a remarkable consensus in their eco-spiritual worldviews? Join Daniel P. Scheid​, associate professor of theology at Duquesne and author of The Cosmic Common Good: Religious Grounds for Ecological Ethics​, to trace out the fascinating ways that Hindu and Christian eco-theologies overlap and intersect. (Cosponsored with the Center for Religion, Culture, and Community​)


April 13-15

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Becoming a Church of the Poor: The Vincentian Charism and Reform
World Catholicism Week 2023 (details)

This hybrid, international conference brings together speakers from the Philippines, Chile, Haiti, Brazil, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Indonesia, the U.S., and Europe to discuss this question: how can the Vincentian charism contribute to the reform process that Pope Francis has begun and help make the Church more open to God and to the poor? (Learn more at https://worldcathweek.depaul.edu​.)
 

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