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Pheme Perkins

Pheme Perkins - September 25, 2012

Introducing the Bible Today: Challenges and Opportunities
This presentation celebrates the launch of two books on the Old and New Testaments, with Dr. Perkins and fellow presenters reflecting on how to make the Bible attractive and spiritually meaningful to a new generation of Catholics.

Rodney L. Peterson

Rodney L. Peterson - April 2, 2011

Healing: An Interfaith Perspective
A breakout presentation for the conference "Healing God's People: Practical Skills and Pastoral Approaches," this lecture offers a typology of forgiveness perspectives toward the end of personal and social health.

Peter C. Phan

Peter C. Phan - September 22, 2011

Cultural Identity and Interreligious Dialogue
This lecture examines the interaction and mutual relationships between cultures, religions, and interreligious dialogue.


Nancy Pineda-Madrid - February 17, 2009

Spiritual Practices and the Sacramental Worldview of Latino/Latina Catholicism
This interactive presentation reviews some religious practices (e.g., Posadas, Viernes Santo, Quinceañeras, Altares) and how these express and contribute to a sacramental worldview.


Nancy Pineda-Madrid - September 30, 2009

Latinos & U.S. Catholicism: Contributions and Possibilities
This panel, including Roberto Goizueta and Nancy Pineda-Madrid, offers insight on the present and future of Hispanics in U.S. Catholicism, Hispanic spirituality, and U.S. Latino/Latina theology.


Nancy Pineda-Madrid - November 9, 2011

Suffering and Salvation in Ciudad Juarez
In this presentation, Professor Pineda-Madrid discusses her new book by this title, which re-conceives traditional Christian notions of salvation by closely attending to the experience of the embattled women of Ciudad Juárez, Mexico.

Nancy Pineda-Madrid

Nancy Pineda-Madrid - October 4, 2013

From Plurality to Solidarity through Justice
This symposium examines how faith-based community organizing around issues of justice can provide common ground both for engaging in ministry in communities of diverse faith and ethnicity and for theological discourse among religions.


Nancy Pineda-Madrid

Nancy Pineda-Madrid - November 14, 2013

Hope: Promise, Possibility, and Fulfillment
At this book launch, several STM authors present the possibility that Christian hope offers and the capacity of hope to respond to the challenges that life presents to us all.

Nancy Pineda-Madrid

Nancy Pineda-Madrid - November 2, 2017

The Holy Spirit: Setting the World on Fire
To celebrate the launch of this book, four of its contributors address how we become of aware of the Holy Spirit's active and constant presence in our lives.

Helen Prejean, C.S.J.

Helen Prejean, C.S.J. - September 17, 2010

Dead Man Walking: The Journey Continues
In this lecture, Sister Helen speaks about her work to build a culture and society in which vengeance is left behind and compassion joins us as one people.

Helen Prejean, C.S.J.

Helen Prejean, C.S.J. - October 9, 2014

Dead Man Walking: A Conversation with Sr. Helen Prejean
Sr. Prejean hosts a conversation about her life’s work ministering to offenders and their families, and explores more broadly ways that the Catholic Church does and can reach out to the marginalized in our society.