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This evening (March 23) at 7 p.m US Central Time I’ll be live for 90 minutes discussing the first half of Pope Francis’s encyclical on the environment, Laudato Si, for the Maurin Academy. I’ll discuss the text and we’ll have time for Q & A. The second session will occur next Thursday, March 30, same time. You can sign up for this event on Eventbrite or Patreon (choose the Worker-Scholar level if you wanted all our content in recorded format, and Salt of the Earth level if you want that and access to all our live sessions). Hope to see some of you there! Here are the links: … More This evening: Laudato Si: On the Care of Our Common Home (Pope Francis’ encyclical)
A quick word to let you know that I’m teaching a short series on Laudato Si, Pope Francis’s encyclical on the environment. It begins this Thursday, March 23, from 7 – 8:30 p.m. US Central Time. Learn what you’d hardly ever hear in a church! … More Class on Laudato Si starts next week! (It’s Pope Francis’ letter on the environment)
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Here’s our latest newsletter, with an article from Jakob Hanschu, “‘Live Fast, Die Young’: A Reflection on 24/7 Capitalism and Ecological Arrhythmia” and news about our upcoming classes. Laurie’s two session class on Laudato Si is right around the corner!
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This Thursday is my monthly “Pints with Plato” talk and discussion, and I’ll be focusing on St. Augustine’s Book XIX of Augustine’s The City of God in which he wrestles with the relative importance of philosophy versus faith, or Athens versus Jerusalem. I will also talk a bit about Augustine’s influence on the school of political … More Next Live Session: Augustine on Athens vs. Jerusalem