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​​April 12-13

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Is Idolatry Dead? Disenchantment and Misenchantment in the Contemporary World 
(details)*
World Catholicism Week 2024 

Register now for this international, hybrid conference, which will explore the question: How is the language of idolatry and enchantment used—and misused—in today's world? Our speakers will address the following topics: 
  • Colonialism and idolatry critique
  • Enchantment, disenchantment, and misenchantment in the global North and global South
  • Scriptural and theological reflections on idolatry
  • Naming today's idols 

*Hybrid event; will be livestreamed from our Facebook page


April 25

The Hale Sustainability Summit
Hale Sustainability Summit (details)

Complete with an involvement fair, guest speakers, ​and a raffle, this event promotes eco-sustainability and encourages eco-friendly practices in everyday living. RSVP now to explore careers in sustainability and campus initiatives, do some networking, and learn how you can contribute to a better world. 
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May 13

Berrigan-McAlister 2024 Award Flyer
4th Annual Berrigan-McAlister Award Ceremony: 
Celebrating the Los Angeles Catholic Worker (details)*

Register now for DePaul's 4th Annual Berrigan-McAlister Award Ceremony.  Named after Daniel Berrigan, SJ, his brother Philip, and Philip’s wife Elizabeth McAlister, the award was created to honor those whose commitment to "gospel nonviolence" resists injustice, transforms conflict, fosters reconciliation, and seeks justice and peace for all. 

​This year's recipient is the Los Angeles Catholic Worker (LACW). LACW has provided food, shelter, and support to poor and unhoused persons in Los Angeles for over 50 years. It also engages in nonviolent campaigns and civil disobedience focusing on issues ranging from local injustices and racism to war, militarism, climate destruction, and anti-immigrant policies. 

*Hybrid event; will be livestreamed from our Facebook page​


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