125th Anniversary Webinar Series

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A Time for Renewal

1st Session

Vision of Catholic Social Teaching

Friday, April 5 – 9:30AM to 10:30AM
Presented by: Meghan Clark, Associate Professor

"As a community, we have a moral obligation to ensure that every person lives with dignity and has sufficient opportunities for his or her integral development." – Pope Francis, Fratelli Tutti #118

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2nd Session

Building Community: Envisioning an Inclusive Economy through Catholic Social Teaching

Friday, May 3 – 9:30AM to 10:30AM
Presented by: Charles Clark, Professor of Economics

"Solidarity means much more than engaging in sporadic acts of generosity. It means thinking and acting in terms of community. " – Pope Francis, Fratelli Tutti #116

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3rd Session

Changing Lives: Mercy and Dignity in Care of the Sick, Isolated, and Aging

Friday, June 7 – 9:30AM to 10:30AM
Presented by: John Conry, Clinical Professor of Clinical Health

"Brothers and Sisters, the first form of care needed in any illness is compassion and loving closeness. To care for the sick thus means to care for their relationships, all of them, with God, with others–family members, friends, healthcare workers." – World Day of the Sick, 2024 Message

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4th Session

Changing Lives: Welcoming the Stranger and the Common Good

Friday, September 6 – 9:30AM to 10:30AM
Presented by: C. Mario Russell, Executive Director, The Center for Migration Studies of New York

"The stories of migrants are also stories of encounters between individuals and between cultures. For the communities and societies in which they come, migrants bring an opportunity for enrichment and the integral human development of all." – Pope Francis, Fratelli Tutti #133

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A final symposium will be held in conjunction with St. John’s Poverty Conference.
For those who participate in all 4 sessions, a Certificate of Completion will be issued and included in employee’s personnel file.

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