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2015 National Conference - Love Radically. Live Faithfully.

 

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Event : CTA111


Session : CTA1501
Thomas Doyle - Moving Beyond Clericalism: Inclusive Ministry for the Future
Conference : 2015 National Conference: Love Radically. Live Faithfully.
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  • Thomas Doyle
  • Pope Francis has identified clericalism as a major ill in The Catholic Church. Its pervasive influence has had a damaging impact on people of God. Understanding clericalism's roots, negative effects, continued manifestations, and coping strategies and potential solutions will be the primary focus areas of this pre-conference session. Participants will leave empowered to identify and break clerical patterns in communities of faith and justice.


Session : CTA1502
Patricia Fresen - Jesus and the Beatitudes: Essential Teachings for the Church
Conference : 2015 National Conference: Love Radically. Live Faithfully.
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  • Patricia Fresen
  • The Beatitudes are widely regarded as central to the teaching of Jesus. This session will take up the differences between the Greek and Aramaic translations and offer reflection on what meanings and insights can be gleaned from these texts. As we open ourselves up to the multi-layered interpretation which makes Aramaic so rich, we will discover more about the life, ministry, and spirituality of Jesus.


Session : CTA1503
Zach Wahls - What Makes a Family?
Conference : 2015 National Conference: Love Radically. Live Faithfully.
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  • Zach Wahls
  • Zach Wahls is the Executive Director and Co-founder of Scouts for Equality, a national campaign to end LGBT discrimination in the Boy Scouts. His testimony before the Iowa House Judiciary Committee was YouTube’s most watched political video of 2011. He is the author of the bestselling book My Two Moms: Lessons of Love, Strength, & What Makes a Family. He has been featured on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, The Late Show with David Letterman, The Ellen Show, and Newshour.


Session : CTA1504
Diana Hayes - The Challenge of Renewing the Church: Pope Francis, Vatican II, and You
Conference : 2015 National Conference: Love Radically. Live Faithfully.
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  • Diana Hayes
  • Fifty years after the end of Vatican II, where are we as a Church today? Have we lived up to the “joys and hopes” expressed or are we still trying to find our way? We as the People of God participate in the life of the Church at every level and have a responsibility to work with Pope Francis to continue the renewal proposed so long ago. The challenges are many but so also are the possibilities.
  • Diana L. Hayes is Emerita Professor of Systematic Theology at Georgetown University. She holds the Juris Doctor (Law), PhD (Religious Studies) and Doctor of Sacred Theology degrees (STD) and is the first African American woman to earn the Pontifical Doctorate from The Catholic University of Leuven (Louvain, BE). Dr. Hayes is the author/editor of 8 books and over 75 book chapters and articles. She is a member of the International Grail.


Session : CTA1505
John Dear - Thomas Merton's Lessons of Peace and Nonviolence
Conference : 2015 National Conference: Love Radically. Live Faithfully.
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  • John Dear
  • Longtime activist, author and Nobel Peace Prize nominee Rev. John Dear will reflect on Thomas Merton’s powerful example and encouragement to fulfill our vocations as peacemakers, based on John’s new book, “Thomas Merton, Peacemaker: Meditations on Merton, Peacemaking and the Spiritual Life” (Orbis, April, 2015). John will explore Merton’s lessons on peace and nonviolence and invite everyone to “love radically and live faithfully” as Thomas Merton did by becoming Gospel peacemakers in a world of total violence and war.
  • In this session, John will explore the link between prayer and contemplation, and peace and nonviolence; the willingness to change, grow and open our hearts in universal, compassionate love (as Merton did at Fourth and Walnut in Louisville); the willingness to speak out prophetically on the issues of life and death (as Merton did on war, nuclear weapons, race, and environmental destruction); the connection between our interior peace and nonviolence and the world’s peace and nonviolence; the discovery of God’s peace and nonviolence; the ever-deepening communion with all people, all creatures, and all creation as the path ahead; and the necessity to help support and build the global grassroots movement of peace and nonviolence, as Merton did. Through the life and writings of Thomas Merton, John Dear will encourage us to follow the nonviolent Jesus into the world of violence, racism and war as Gospel peacemakers.
  • Rev. John Dear is an internationally known author, lecturer and peace activist. His thirty books include “Living Peace,” “Jesus the Rebel,” “The Nonviolent Life,” “The God of Peace,” “Peace Behind Bars,” The Questions of Jesus,” “Lazarus Come Forth,” “A Persistent Peace,” “Walking the Way,” and his latest book, “Thomas Merton Peacemaker.” John has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize several times, including by Archbishop Desmond Tutu and this year, by the International Committee for Safety and Peace. A former Jesuit, he is a 8 priest of the Diocese of Monterey, Ca. and works with www.campaignnonviolence.org. See: www.johndear.org


Session : CTA1506
Yehezkel Landau - Healing the Abrahamic Family in North America and the Middle East
Conference : 2015 National Conference: Love Radically. Live Faithfully.
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  • Yehezkel Landau
  • How can the spiritual affinities and shared prophetic heritage linking Jews, Christians, and Muslims be tapped for transforming conflict, in Israel/Palestine and in North America? What constructive approaches to inclusive justice and reconciliation can be identified and adapted to our own local contexts? Dr. Landau will share insights from his religious peacebuilding work over several decades in Israel/Palestine, as well as his ongoing involvement here in the U.S. in Jewish-Christian-Muslim relations.
  • A dual Israeli-American citizen, Dr. Yehezkel Landau is Associate Professor of Interfaith Relations at Hartford Seminary, where he directs the Building Abrahamic Partnerships training program for Jews, Christians, and Muslims. He has been active in religious peacebuilding for many years, first through the Oz veShalom-Netivot Shalom Israeli religious peace movement and then the Open House Peace Center in Ramle, Israel.


Session : CTA1507
Frida Berrigan - Family, Community, Nonviolence and Faithfulness
Conference : 2015 National Conference: Love Radically. Live Faithfully.
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  • Frida Berrigan
  • Parenting is hard. So is being a peacemaker in a violent world. Frida’s new book (It Runs in the Family: On Being Raised By Radicals and Growing Into Rebellious Motherhood) explores how parents can create lasting and meaningful bulwarks between their kids and the violence endemic in our culture. Let’s talk more about all that. How can we raise thoughtful, compassionate, fearless young people committed to social and political change — without scaring, hectoring or scarring them with all the wrongs in the world? Let’s share strategies and stories.
  • Frida Berrigan serves on the board of The War Resisters League and helped found Witness Against Torture, a nonviolent direct action group. It Runs In The Family: On Being Raised By Radicals and Growing Into Rebellious Motherhood (OR Books, 2014) chronicles her childhood and experiences as a mother and stepmother.


Session : CTA1508
Gina Messina-Dysert - The New Feminist Revolution in Religion
Conference : 2015 National Conference: Love Radically. Live Faithfully.
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  • Gina Messina-Dysert
  • The digital age has created space for a feminist voice that did not exist in the past and social media has propelled an online feminist movement. Feminist blogs are being called the consciousness-raising group of the 21st century. Small gatherings in classrooms, living rooms, and coffee shops have grown into global conversations and ignited a new feminist revolution in religion. This is good news for women and men, our faith communities, and our world. This presentation will offer an overview of this work and explore future paths.
  • Gina Messina-Dysert, Ph.D. is Dean of the School of Graduate and Professional Studies at Ursuline College and Co-founder of Feminism and Religion (http://feminismandreligion.com). She is also the author of Rape Culture and Spiritual Violence (Routledge, 2014), and coeditor of Feminism and Religion in the 21st Century (Routledge, 2014) and Faithfully Feminist (White Cloud Press, 2015). Gina can be followed on Twitter @FemTheologian and her website can be accessed at http://ginamessinadysert.com.


Session : CTA1509
Sr. Socorro Martinez - Faith in Action through the Comunidades Eclesiais de Base of Latin and South America
Conference : 2015 National Conference: Love Radically. Live Faithfully.
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  • Sr. Socorro Martinez, RSCJ
  • In comparing the Church to a field hospital, Pope Francis has turned the world's attention to the needs of the poor and marginalized. The Comunidades Eclesiais de Base, with its roots in liberation theology and solidarity with the poor, have much to teach emerging Catholic communities of how to put their faith into action. Join representatives from Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, and El Salvador to learn about their history and ministry.


Session : CTA1510
Paul Hwang - A Voice of Asia on Church Reform
Conference : 2015 National Conference: Love Radically. Live Faithfully.
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  • Paul Hwang (Kyung-Hoon)
  • For the past 21 years of experiences, Woori Theology Institute has clearly realized that there have been a “beautiful rhetoric” or a “party of words” often found in the Church hierarchy’s documents or statements without implementation of them. Therefore establishment of proper structures that guarantee “internal dialogue” among the “People of God” is crucial. There’ll never be such a prophet without internal dialogues at all levels between laypeople and clergy through which we could and should make it “communion of communities”.
  • Paul Hwang holds a PhD from Catholic University of Korea and is Director of the Center for Asia Peace and Solidarity under the Woori Theology Institute in Seoul, Korea. Paul’s work includes a wide variety of topic including interreligious dialogue, peace building, and lay empowerment. In addition to his work at the Center for Asia Peace and Solidarity, Paul offers leadership in Pax-Romana ICMICA (International Catholic Movement for Intellectual and Cultural Affairs) as well as offering commentary on Catholic issues in various publications including the National Catholic Reporter.



     


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