Laudato Si"

Laudato Si' - Everything is Connected: Teaching Pope Francis' "Integral Ecology"

PostcardMarch 3 - 5, 2016

Join scholars and experts for an interdisciplinary engagement with Pope Francis’ encyclical Laudato Si’. We will discuss the vision of environmental interconnection and the call to action from the perspectives of theology, ethics, economics, science and policy.

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Speaker Topics

  • The Love that Moves the Suns, the Stars and the Heart: A Theology of Creation - Elizabeth Groppe, Xavier University
  • To Praise, Reverence, and Serve God out Lord: The Theological Anthropology of Pope Francis - Daniel Castillo, Loyola University Maryland
  • The Liturgy and the Environment - Sandra Yocum, University of Dayton
  • Become Painfully Aware: Spirituality and Solidarity in Laudato Si’ - Douglas Christie, Loyola Marymount University
  • Integral Ecology: Francis’ Moral Vision of Interconnection - Vincent Miller University of Dayton
  • The poor as protagonists of Laudato Si': Environmental justice as liberation theology - MT Davila Andover, Newton Theological School
  • Francis’ Economics - Anthony Annett, Earth Institute, Columbia University
  • Ecology: The Science of Connection - Leanne Jablonski F.M.I., Hanley Sustainability Institute
  • The Science of Climate Change - Robert Brecha, Hanley Sustainability Institute
  • Mitigating and Adapting to Climate Change - Ottmar Edenhofer, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research
  • Working together to Address the Climate Crisis - Erin Lothes, College of St. Elizabeth
  • Individual Practices - Dan DiLeo, Catholic Climate Covenant 

Keynote Talk

Keynote Talk PostcardDate: Thursday, March 3, 2016

Time: 6:45 pm

Location: Kennedy Union Ballroom. 

The keynote talk, entitled Laudato Si’, Paris and the Future of Climate Policy will be presented by Ottmar Edenhofer, Ph.D, Professor of the Economics of Climate Change at the Berlin Institute of Technology. This event is Path Eligible.​

Laudato Si' is sponsored by the Gudorf Chair in Catholic Theology and Culture and the Hanley Sustainability Institute.

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