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Women in Conversation Webinar


Join author Loretta Pehanich talking about spiritual hunger and ways women can live their faith more fully. The Church needs women of strength and gentle leadership now more than ever. The MeToo Movement demonstrated that stories matter. Loretta will also discuss the new 12-session small group guide based on true stories of contemporary women. Whether […]


An Examination of Alternative Break Trips and Whiteness in Catholic Education


Alternative break trips punctuate life on Jesuit high school and college campuses, acting as experiences of conversion and putting faith into action. The Universal Apostolic Preferences of “walking with the excluded” and “accompanying the youth” come together in the practice of alternative break programs. However, these trips often operate through the position of whiteness.

Sr. Ana Maria Pineda and others speak on the recent beatification of Rutilio Grande, S.J.


Ana Maria Pineda, R.S.M. will share with us the life of Blessed Rutilio Grande, explaining his actions in the context of his region of El Salvador. José Artiga will describe his recent experience leading a delegation to Rutilio Grande’s beatification, which was held in San Salvador on January 22, 2022. Joe Mulligan, S.J., will share […]

Webinar: Radical Listening: A Radical Approach to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and Racial Justice with John Igwebuike, Ph.D.

Online , United States

Description: "Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere," prophesied Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  This call to awareness notes the importance of advancing social justice writ large (macro-scale) and writ small (at the micro-level) even in the one-to-one interpersonal context.  This unique workshop examines the oft-unheard-of communication skill of engaged listening.  Of the major […]

Webinar: Beyond the Forever Foreigner: Unpacking Anti-Asian American Racism

Online , United States

Description: Examine how Black and Asian Americans are racially positioned in the U.S. by examining two incidents that went viral in the media: the Central Park incident involving Amy Cooper, a young white lady, calling the police and accusing Christian Cooper (no relation), a Black birdwatcher, of threatening her. The other series of incidents involved […]

“Bad Catholics, Good Trouble” and What a Comic Can Teach us about Racial Justice


Wednesday, December 6, 2-3:15 p.m. ET via Zoom Registration  Matthew J. Cressler, Ph.D., will reflect on his webcomic series Bad Catholics, Good Trouble and how you can use it as a Catholic racial justice resource. The first BC/GT story, "An Exception to the Rule," is at true story about the Franciscan sister who was hit […]