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Want to Learn More About the Church's Middle East Work?
Unsettling Goods: Choose Peace in Palestine and Israel
Come join members of the Trinity-St. Paul's-Bathurst United Middle East Working Group for a session on the church's current 'Unsettling Goods' campaign and some background on the Israel-Palestine issue, as well as how you can get involved.
There will ample time to ask questions as well as a resource table.
Tuesday, March 11, 2014
3:30 - 5:00 p.m.
TST Patristics Seminars
Masks of the Dark Prince: The appearance and moral education of the danse macabre in the religious book illustration
by Aniko Zsuzsanna Antal
The focus of this presentation is the figure and symbols of "the dance of death" in medieval book illustration, especially Hans Holbein's Dance of Death Alphabet Book and the religious publicaion of Matthieu Mérian.
Wednesday, March 12, 2014
Boardroom 1, Toronto School of Theology (47 Queen's Park Cres. E, Toronto)
Dis-place theologising: fragments of intercultural God-talk!
by Rev. Dr. Michael N. Jagessar, Moderator + Minister for Racial Justice & Intercultural Ministry
United Reformed Church, UK
Tuesday, March 18, 2014
4:00 - 5:30 p.m.
Emmanuel College Chapel, Room 319 (75 Queen's Park Cres., E, Toronto)
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Advanced Degree and Faculty Seminar
Divine Communion: A Eucharistic Theology of Sexual Intimacy
By Professor Jay Emerson Johnson, Senior Director, Academic Research Pacific School of Religion Centre for Lesbian and Gay studies and Core Doctoral Faculty at Graduate Theological Union, San Francisco
Thursday March 13, 2014
4:10 to 6:10 p.m.
Knox College (59 St. George Street, Toronto)
Queerly Human, Naturally Divine: A Sexually Gendered Transformation of Christian Theology
by Professor Jay Emerson Johnson, Senior Director, Academic Research Pacific School of Religion Centre for Lesbian and Gay studies and Core Doctoral Faculty at Graduate Theological Union, San Francisco
Wednesday March 12, 2014
Seeley Hall, Trinity College (6 Hoskin Ave, Toronto)
All are Welcome, Free of Charge
Lonergan Research Institute Graduate Seminar
Negotiating Pluralism Today: Canadian Challenges
Thomas Reynolds, Emmanuel College
Ronald Kuipers from the Institute for Christian Studies will be the respondent.
Friday, March 21, 2013
2:10 to 3:45 p.m.
Classroom C, Regis College (100 Wellesley St., W)
A reception will follow.
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2014 Royackers Lecture
Homelessness, Housing and Hope in Toronto
by Dr. Stephen Hwang, Scientist, Centre for Research on Inner City Health in the Keenan Research Centre of the Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute of St. Michael's Hospital and Director, Division of General Internal Medicine, University of Toronto
Dr. Hwang's research focuses on improving the health of people who are homeless or vulnerably housed and deepening understanding of housing as a social determinant of health.
A panel discussion will follow.
Windows on Theology
Continuous Learning at Regis College
Living Waters: Reflecting on the Source and Summit of Life
A One Day Workshop on World Water Day
Presented by Alanna Mitchell, Dennis O'Hara and John McCarthy, S.J.
A Reflection on "When a Billion Chinese Jump: Will it Knock the World Off its Axis?"
Bill Ryan, S.J., Special Advisor to the Jesuit Forum for Social Faith and Justice, will speak on our future and the limits of nature.
Peter Noteboom, Deputy General Secretary of the Canadian Council of Churches will respond.
Wednesday, March 26, 2014
Classroom C, Regis College (100 Wellesley St. W, Toronto)
This event is free. All are welcome.