Campus Events / Webinars

To ensure the safety and well-being of all members of the BC community, public STM continuing education events have all been moved to webinar format and will be available online.

The Whole Language: The Power of Extravagant Tenderness

The Whole Language: The Power of Extravagant Tenderness

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THE SECOND ANNUAL DANIEL J. HARRINGTON, S.J. LECTURE

Gregory Boyle, SJ shares what he has learned in three decades working with marginalized populations at Homeboy Industries in Los Angeles, CA.—that love is the answer, community is the context, and tenderness is the connective tissue. Tenderness reflects the foundational notion that there are no us and them, only us. Homeboy seeks to be what the world is invited to become.  Kinship cannot happen without tenderness.
 

Presentation of the Alumni Distinguished Service Award

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March 25

6:00 PM – 7:15 PM

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stmce@bc.edu

The Spiritual Exercises: A Reflection on Human Suffering from the Underside of History

The Spiritual Exercises: A Reflection on Human Suffering from the Underside of History

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Peter W. Gyves, SJ, MD, Founder and Director of A Faith That Does Justice, Inc. leads a presentation that offers a reflection on the Spiritual Exercises from the perspective of human suffering. 

Specifically, this presentation examines discipleship with Jesus as a call to act against human sinfulness, both personal and structural, that continues to crucify the poor, oppressed and marginalized of this world.

 

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April 08

6:00 PM – 7:00 PM

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stmce@bc.edu

The Sacred and the Secret: Lessons from Movements Like MeToo and ChurchToo

The Sacred and the Secret: Lessons from Movements Like MeToo and ChurchToo

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Revelations of serial sexual abuse have been a painful constant in the Catholic Church from the early 2000s to the recent release of the McCarrick Report. What can Catholics learn from secular movements like MeToo or religious ones like ChurchToo? This webinar explores the characteristics of abusive cultures and what accountability might look like within these cultures.
 

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April 15

6:00 PM – 7:00 PM

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stmce@bc.edu