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Barbara Wall, PhD

Saturday, August 19, 2023
9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. ET


An exploration of perduring themes in Catholic Social Teaching (CST) such as the sanctity of all creation, the common good, human rights, appropriate uses of power, accumulation of wealth, and the impact of the historical evolution of the social and political economy that continues to transform the response of CST relevant to a global world. There will be opportunity to discuss in small groups the importance and relevance of CST today.


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Barbara Wall, PhD, retired from Villanova University in 2020 as Vice President for Mission and Ministry and member of the philosophy faculty. She is the founder of the Women’s Studies Program, the Ethics Program, and the Office of Mission and Ministry as well as the Co-founder of the Center for Peace and Justice Education at Villanova; Co-editor of the books Pope Francis: A Voice for Mercy, Justice, Love, and Care for the Earth and Experiencing God: A Postmodern Response; and founder of both The Journal of Peace and Justice Studies and The Journal of Catholic Social Thought.


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