Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter, writer and author Paul Moses delivers CTU's 4th annual Duns Soctus lecture on The Saint and the Sultan. This lecture celebrates Franciscan Brother-Sisterhood and its contribution to Catholic Theological Union, the wider church, and interfaith dialogue. This event was recorded live at CTU on September 30, 2013.
What does ecology have to do with Pentecost? Why is Benedict XVI known as "The Green Pope"? How can Catholic Social Teaching and Catholic Environmental Ethics help us find our way in an environmentally threatened world?
First, I would like to squelch any rumors about my having to borrow a Capuchin habit for today's event. Yes, this is my solemn profession habit from 1972; it is admittedly in pristine condition, and although not quite saving it for this moment, I did want to be part of the brown wave that ripples across CTU today; furthermore, since the religious barb of the mendicants was both a choir robe as well as at the origin of the academic gown, it seems fitting in this conjunction of prayer and scholarship to don the capuche.
Most Reverend John Dennis Corriveau, O.F.M., CAP. joins the Sundays at CTU community for Franciscan Spirituality: Contributions of the Franciscans to the Life of the Church.
Dawn Nothwehr, O.S.F.'s Vesper Service for the Promotion to the Rank of Professorship