The Earth is our common home where we live in relationship with one another, the natural world, and God. We are not separated from the natural world but are integral participants in our ecosystems. To address the social and ecological crises of our day, Pope Francis has called for a "broader vision of reality" that demands an "integral ecology.“ In this six-part lecture series, we will explore how to live out this vision within the Great Lakes watershed.
Tuesday, February 21 – Theological Anthropology: Identity and Mission
Tuesday, March 7 – Biodiversity and Invasive Species
Tuesday, March 21 – Water: Refreshment, Resource, and Waste
Tuesday, April 11 – Agriculture: Feeding the Human Family
Tuesday, April 18 – Energy: The Power to Do Good Tuesday,
Tuesday, May 2 – Liturgy and Ecology
Terrence P. Ehrman, C.S.C. is the Assistant Director – Life Sciences Research and Outreach at the Center for Theology, Science and Human Flourishing. With training in aquatic ecology and systematic theology, Fr. Terry’s research examines the ”ecotone", or boundary, between science and theology.
Free and open to the public.
This lecture series is hosted by Center for Theology, Science and Human Flourishing and co-sponsored by the Environmental Change Initiative.
Originally published at al.nd.edu.