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March 22, 2019:

Envisioning intercultural ways of being means growing into what it truly means to be a community of equals. We begin with ourselves and allow these values to infuse every dimension of our conscious and unconscious lives so we can come together to embrace our past and present and move into our future together. Lecturer LaReine-Marie Mosely, SND, PhD is a Sister of Notre Dame

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At this event, sponsored by CTU's Center for the Study of Consecrated Life, six panelists present their research and reflection on the topics below. This conversation is a follow up to the inaugural "Conversations We Must Have in Religious Life Today," which took place at CTU on April 14, 2015.  This conversation was recorded at CTU on September 23, 2015.

PANELISTS AND TOPICS

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October 30, 2011:

Welcome to this eve of Halloween celebration.  The name “Halloween” itself is derived from anticipation of the feast of All Saints—it is the eve of the hallowed or all saints celebration.  So we are on the eve of the eve…  Since I stole the name The Far Side from Gary Larson I thought it best to begin with one of his cartoons, literally about the farside!!

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October 30, 2011:

As the feasts of All Saints and All Souls approach, we think of our loved ones who have gone before us and, as Christians have for centuries, wonder what life beyond death truly is. The biblical peoples, too, yearned to know more about the “far side.” This Sundays at CTU presentation will consider in word and artistic images the rich variety of metaphors that the Scriptures use in an attempt to understand what our destiny beyond death may be. For most of its history in biblical times, the people of Israel had no clear convictions about the afterlife.

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