Marianist Lecture: A Spirituality of Justice: Racism and Climate Change

What role do people of faith have in the face of climate change and racism? How can a spirituality of justice help us face these issues?

Thomas Merton was an influential Catholic author, poet and Trappist monk who was engaged in the religious and social questions of his day.

Join Fr. Dan Horan, OFM, PhD who specializes in the thought of Thomas Merton as he guides us through the times of the author, his insights on the spirituality of justice and his relevance to today’s pressing issues.

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Sponsored by Chaminade University, the Marianist Center of Hawaii, and St. Louis School.

Sunday, September 26 at 4:00pm

Virtual Event
Event Type

Spiritual

Audience

Alumni, Faculty and Staff, General Public, Parents, Day Undergraduate Students, Graduate Students, Online Undergraduate Students, Doctoral Students

Cost

Free

Contact Name

Fr. Martin Solma

Contact Email

[email protected]

Contact Phone

(808) 739-8339

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