Fr. Greg Boyle, S.J., speaks about the importance of kinship and seeing and serving the widow, the orphan, and the stranger.
Mike Sacco, Kerry Cronin, Steve Pope, and Mary Troxell speak with students on how their relationships and service experiences can influence their conscience to shape them into the best possible leaders.
Jack Dunn shared his story of "love actually" in this Agape Latte.
Four distinguished Boston College faculty women addressed the theme of "Forming Conscience: Raising Consciousness" toward responsible Christian faith in our contemporary world.
C21 published "The Catholic Intellectual Tradition: A Conversation at Boston College," to encourage faculty, students, and thinking people everywhere to consider the gift of the Catholic tradition and to enter actively into the conversation.
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|Tuesday, January 31, 2017|
|7:00pm||Leadership through Conscience, Service, and Relationships|
|Tuesday, February 7, 2017|
|5:00pm||Homeboy Industries and the Ennobling Formation of Conscience: Being Reached by the Widow, Orphan and Stranger|
|Saturday, February 25, 2017|
|5:30pm||La cuaresma como camino de integración espiritual y humano|
|Wednesday, March 15, 2017|
|5:30pm||How to Truly Love Yourself|