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Living Justice in the American Catholic Church

In 2018, the Wolfington Center inaugurated the Living Justice in the American Catholic Church series.  This annual spring program highlights the efforts of Catholics to bring Christ's love to both the world and the Church through the work of justice.  

For more information, email the Wolfington Center at Wolfington@cabrini.edu.


From Abuse to Healing:
Catholic Leadership in the Church and the World
Spring 2019

In light of the ongoing revelations of clergy abuse, episcopal oversight, and ecclesial responses we invite all people of good faith to examine the crisis in the Church, seek wisdom in our responses, and search for healing and a way forward. Please join us for two panel discussions with Catholic pastors, leaders, and researchers discussing Catholic leadership in the Church and the world.

“Crisis of Leadership and Faith” – Challenges and Possibilities
Monday, March 1
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Kevin Ahern, PhD, Manhattan College
Mary Pugh, Esq, Montgomery Child Advocacy Project
Fr. Gus Puleo, St. Patrick’s Parish, Norristown

“Catholic Leadership for the Future” – Models and Opportunities
Monday, April 1st 

Matthew Davis, Diocese of Camden
Maureen O’Connell, PhD, LaSalle University
Tom Southard, JD, Conference of Major Superiors of Men
Sr. Carol Zinn, SSJ, Leadership Conference of Women Religious

 

Previous Series:

The Scandal of Prejudice and the Promise of Diversity
Spring 2018

Each speaker presented two programs:  a working lunch with faculty and staff from institutions of higher education from around the Archdiocese, and an open plenary that included students, faculty, ministry leaders, and community members.

Hosffman Ospino, PhD
Associate Professor of Hispanic Ministry and Religious Education
Boston College
March 20, 2018
Our Present Is Mestizo: American Catholicism and the Struggle for Justice in an Increasingly Hispanic Church

Julie Hanlon Rubio
Professor of Christian Ethics
Saint Louis University
April 9, 2018
A Place for Everyone?: Building Diversity and Inclusion on Catholic Campuses

Fr. Bryan Massingale
Professor of Theological and Social Ethics
Fordham University
May 1, 2018
When Order Masks Disorder: The Limits of Dialogue in Catholic Approaches to Racial Justice

2020 ROADMAP:
Vision. Impact. Growth.

Discover Cabrini University's strategic plan for diversification, sustainable growth, and expanded outreach.