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A Free Online Course from the Simone Weil Catholic Worker & Notre Dame’s McGrath Institute for Church Life See the one-page description here. This course is about restoring dimension. It is opening our eyes to see liturgy forming the Body of Christ, opening our minds to see the Body of Christ as a living, social organism, and opening Scripture to see how its economic dimension has been lived and developed over Judeo Christian history. Finally, this course will be a…Find out more »
A week before the election, the Initiative on Catholic Social Thought and Public Life at Georgetown is bringing together respected leaders to assess the moral responsibilities and public obligations of candidates, campaigns, institutions, and citizens to protect democracy and to promote the common good at a time of intense polarization. The United States is deeply divided, and some are challenging the fairness of the presidential election and will not pledge to accept the outcome. In this timely dialogue, a former…Find out more »
At the start of COVID-19, the shelter-in-place restrictions told people to stay at home. What did people do if they didn’t have a home to return to in the first place? And how are millennials suddenly able to afford to buy homes at the same time unemployment rates rise? What might be some of the long-term social justice implications of shifting communities? Join us for a conversation about the current state of the housing crisis led by FJV and Agency…Find out more »
The Cardinal O'Connor Conference on Life, the largest collegiate pro-life conference in the United States, is coming back for its 22nd year on January 30th, 2021! This event strives to promote intellectually rigorous discourse on the dignity of human life. We aim to encourage discussion among men and women of all faiths and backgrounds, including students, professionals, academics, and clergy. Attendees will leave the Conference equipped with the arguments and information necessary to better promote a consistent ethic of life…Find out more »
Welcome to the national event board!
You’re invited to submit and find national and local events that offer non-partisan perspectives on social justice and spirituality, consistent with ISN’s mission of faith-based social justice and advocacy.
Questions: Please contact Kelly Swan at firstname.lastname@example.org.