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The Life and Legacy of Thomas Berry Panel 3

– My name is Frank Frost and it’s my privilege to moderate this morning’s panel on Teilhard de Chardin, Thomas Berry, and the journey of the universe. And we’re blessed to have this morning three very distinct perspectives on Teilhard de Chardin and Thomas Berry. A Catholic nun and physicist from Philadelphia, an Episcopal priest… Read More »

The Life and Legacy of Thomas Berry Panel 2

– Good morning, everyone. Please make yourselves comfortable. Well, welcome everyone and thank you for your presence this morning. It’s a pleasure to be with all of you as we gather to reflect on the life of Father Thomas Berry, and the significance of his contributions today, 20 years after the publication of “The Great… Read More »

The Life and Legacy of Thomas Berry Panel 5

we’re moving now to a panel with a wonderful name to a vision taking shape and in that sense we’re moving into some of the links between the visions and the ideals and the practical I’m Katherine Marshall I’m at the Berkeley Center for religion peace and world affairs which means that I grapple and… Read More »

15 Adults Knew of Penn State Sex Abuse, Reminds of Catholic Church

david patten insure david dot com depends state sexual abuse pedophilia scandal continues to unravel louis and i couldn’t think of any sicker hiring than the fact that accused coach jerry sandusky wrote an autobiography titled touched the jerry sandusky story which was published in two thousand one um… this is uh… it’s it’s a… Read More »

How Do You Become A Saint?

Two famed Palestinian nuns were recently declared saints by Pope Francis in Rome. So, how does one become a saint? Manbeing a role model, renouncing material possessions and, above all, being devoted to y religions have saints, and across the board they usually show similar characteristics – like God. But Roman Catholicism in particular has… Read More »

Nice – the Russian Cathedral is reborn – LUXE.TV

the Russian Cathedral of nice is reborn the Russian Cathedral of st. Nicholas has rediscovered the luster of its creation from 1912 it’s the most visited place of the French Riviera with more than 250,000 visitors per year the cathedral was built on the spot where the eldest son of Tsar Alexandra II died attached… Read More »

Catholic Social Thought and Democratic Civil Society in Ukraine

– Welcome. I’m Father Drew Christiansen, I’m a senior fellow at the Berkley Center. And, on behalf of the Jesuit community and the superior of the Renanton, I am happy to welcome you to our commons area for this event. We’re very happy to share this event with the Berkley Center and with the Initiative… Read More »