Regis College

Date

Date of Event: 
Saturday, March 5, 2016

Time

Where

Regis College

100 Wellesley Street West
Toronto, ON M5S 2Z5

Contact Info

416-922-5474, ext. 221

Event Attachment

Regis College Spring Open House, March 5

Event Details

Explore the richness of learning, spirituality and action for justice shared by the students and faculty of Regis College. A series of mini-lectures presented by faculty will probe the breadth of the Catholic theological tradition, the depth of Ignatian Spirituality and the value of each in action for re-creating horizons of hope in our troubled world. There will be opportunities to tour the College and have informal conversations with program directors, other faculty, and current students throughout the day.

More information and the schedule for the Open House can be found here.

Discover Regis College at the heart of the University of Toronto by pre-registering for the Open House today!
Pre-register here or by calling 416-922-5474, ext. 221.

Date

Date of Event: 
Thursday, February 11, 2016

Time

Where

Regis College, Classroom B

100 Wellesley Street West
Toronto, ON M5S 2Z5

Contact Info

416-922-5474

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Career Planning and Work Search Strategies Workshop

Event Details

All TST students are invited!

Presenter: Dr. Jonathan Turner, Career Educator from the University of Toronto Career Centre

The workshop is FREE but you do need to register here.

Date

Date of Event: 
Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Time

Where

Regis College, St. Joseph Chapel

100 Wellesley Street West
Toronto, ON M5S 2Z5

Contact Info

416-922-5474

Event Attachment

Royackers Lecture Flyer

Event Details

Stephen Scharper, Associate Professor in the Department of Anthropology, U of T Mississauga and School of the Environment, will present the 2016 Royackers Lecture, "Let Us Sing as We Go" speaking on Pope Francis, Laudato Si', and the Quest for an Integral Ecology.

Pope Francis's melding of poverty and ecological integrity in his encyclical Laudato Si' represents a critical emergence in Catholic social teaching. Yet, given his international pastoral presence and palpable humility, his search for an "integral ecology" represents something deeper and potentially more far-reaching. The larger implications of this quest will be explored in this presentation, including its impact on international political and moral approaches to climate change.

A reception will follow the lecture.

This event is fully booked and has a wait list. If you are no longer able to attend, please email Student Services to cancel and free a seat for someone else. Thank you for your interest. 

The event is FREE but seating is limited. Please pre-register below by clicking here or calling 416-922-5474, ext. 221.