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October 14, 2019:
      

Before the Book

Before the book, before the best sellers list (I wish!), before the publisher, before the manuscript, before the research, the reading, the deep thinking, and re-thinking, before proverbial pen is ever set to paper, there is a question. Sometimes just an inkling of a question, an intellectual tickle at the back of your mind that won’t go away. What if…? What might…? How do…?

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June 11, 2019:

2019 Commencement Honoree Sr. Carol Keehan, DC

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June 11, 2019:

2019 Commencement Honoree the Most Rev. Robert W. McElroy

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June 11, 2019:

The 2019 Commencement student speech presented by Sr. Mumbi Kigutha, CPPS.

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April 8, 2019:

Human Fraternity: Implications of a Ground-Breaking Document for Christian-Muslim Relations

On February 4, 2019 / 29 Jumada 1 1440, Pope Francis and Shaykh al-Azhar Ahmed el-Tayeb made history in Abu Dhabi. They signed the first recorded joint statement between a Roman Pontiff and the Shaykh al-Azhar, one of the oldest and most revered institutions of Muslim religious learning. Leaders of the National Catholic-Muslim Dialogue heed the call of the document and engage in reflection on its challenging content. 

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March 22, 2019:

What is the role of theology in forming the citizenry of the 21st century nation? Historically, religions whether Jewish, Christian, Islamic, Buddhist or Hindu have often asserted a prescriptive claim over the workings of the political sphere. Such claims consequently aroused strong political responses, resulting in the religious sphere being drawn into the orbit of the state. Lecturer Susan Abraham is Professor of Theology and Postcolonial Cultures, VP of Academic Affairs, Dean of Faculty at Pacific School of Religion and a proud alumna of Catholic Theological Union (MA, 1995).

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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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March 22, 2019:

Divine Shade in the Heat of Tribalism: 

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March 6, 2019:
"I, too, am America?" Race, Religion and Politics in the Age of Trump by Dr. Stacy Davis. Dr. Stacy Davis is a Professor of Religious Studies at St. Mary’s College, Notre Dame, IN. She also teaches in the Gender and Women’s Studies Department.
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December 19, 2018:

Catholic Theological Unions annual Merton lecture featuring Richard Rohr, OFM. December 2018.

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