Loyola University Maryland

Department of Theology

Environment and Theology Series

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God the Geometer"Praise be to you my Lord." Come reflect with us on Pope Francis' call to "cultivate and care" for creation, as we examine his encyclical Laudato Si.'
Fall 2015 Department of Theology sponsored lectures on environment and theology: 

Contemplation and Climate Change: On the Church's Ecological Vocation
A lecture by Fred Bahnson - Wake Forest School of Divinity
Wednesday, Sept. 30
4:30 - 6 p.m.
McGuire Hall - Loyola University Maryland

Mother Kuskokwim
Film screening and discussion with filmmaker John O'Keefe, Ph.D. - Creighton University
Monday, Nov. 2
7 p.m.
Senator Theatre - Baltimore, MD

Rather than a problem to be solved: How Pope Francis wants you to love earth by not fixing the climate
A lecture by Dr. Willis Jenkins - University of Virginia
Tuesday, Nov. 3
4:30 - 6 p.m.
McGuire Hall - Loyola University Maryland

The 2015 common text environment and theology lecture series is hosted by the Theology Department and the Master of Theological Studies program. This screening of Mother Kuskokwim is part of the Baltimore Environmental Film Series, who is co-sponsor along with Peace and Justice Studies, Catholic Studies, CCSJ, Campus Ministry, the Honors Program, Department of Theology and the Master of Theological Studies Program, Messina, Film Studies, and Interfaith Power and Light.

The Baltimore Environmental Film Series is sponsored by Messina; the departments of Chemistry, Physics, Law & Social Responsibility, Theology, & Economics; Film Studies, Office of Student Engagement, Natural and Applied Sciences, and Environmental & Sustainability Studies.