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Webinar #4: Nonviolence and Just Peace Conference

Date: 
Friday, November 18, 2016 - 09:00

Catholic Nonviolence Initiative logoFrom the Catholic Nonviolence Inititative, of which the Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns is a member:

"The Appeal: Implementation and Next Steps" is the topic for the fourth and final webinar on the Nonviolence and Just Peace conference held in Rome in April 2016.

WHEN: Friday, November 18, 9:00 a.m. EST (United States)

RSVP: Click here to register. Space is limited. 

The fourth and final webinar on this landmark Vatican conference (www.nonviolencejustpeace.net) will discuss the outcomes of the conference and particularly the consensus document, “An Appeal to the Catholic Church to re-commit to the centrality of Gospel nonviolence” that has been endorsed by over 2,000 organizations and individuals. The four presenters on the webinar will offer their insights into the significance of the Appeal and other outcomes of the conference, as well as suggest ways that listeners can become involved in the spirituality and practice of nonviolence in the Church through this movement of the Catholic Nonviolence Initiative. 

 

Moderator: Judy Coode, Coordinator of the Catholic Nonviolence

 

Speakers :

Pat Gaffney, General Secretary of the British Section of Pax Christi 

Sheila Kinsey and Feliz Mushobozi, Justice and Peace Commission of the International Union of Superior Generals and Union of Superior Generals (Global leaders of Women and Men Religious Institutes) in Rome, Italy. 

Archbishop Antonio Ledesma of the Cagayan de Oro Archdiocese in the Philippines 

Dr. Jasmin Galace, Executive Director of the Center for Peace Education in Miriam College. She is also the current President of Pax Christi-Pilipinas

Location: 
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