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Catholic Theological Union's On Care for Our Common Home series gives insight into Laudato Si' through select passages that illuminate Pope Francis' encyclical addressed to "every person living on this planet" for an inclusive dialogue about how we are shaping the future. The series features reflections by faculty of Catholic Theological Union, and can be used by parish groups or discussion gatherings or for personal reflection. 

Please click here to download the accompanying study guide.

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In this podcast, Sr. Maria Cimperman, RSCJ, speaks about “Hope Encounters: Consecrated Life for Our Times." Recorded on February 12, 2015 at the opening of CTU's Center for the Study of Consecrated Life. Click here to learn more about the Center. Click here for the question and answer session following lecture.

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March 3, 2015:

In this video recorded live at the opening of the Center for the Study of Consecrated Life, Sr. Maria Cimperman, RSCJ, answers questions following her lecture on “Hope Encounters: Consecrated Life for Our Times." Introduction by C. Vanessa White, CTU Assistant Professor of Spirituality and Ministry and Director of the Augustus Tolton Pastoral Ministry Program. Click here to view the lecture.

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March 2, 2015:

Thank you to each and all who were able to join us at CTU for the Opening of the Center for the Study of Consecrated Life! In this video recorded live at the opening, Sr. Maria Cimperman, RSCJ, speaks about “Hope Encounters: Consecrated Life for Our Times." Filmed on February 12, 2015. Click here to learn more about the Center for the Study of Consecrated Life. Click here for the question and answer session following lecture.

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May 1, 2010:

One of the fruits of the Second Vatican Council was the awakening of the Church to the need for social and cultural analysis in order to ground its teaching and ministry in human reality. Awareness dawned that human linguistic, symbolic, moral, political, and economic structures profoundly influence the way we think about God and interpret our spiritual callings. The development of the human sciences (i.e.

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