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Center of Concern | Mon, Nov 21, 2011

Center Focus, Issue 190 - Fall 2011

 In this issue:

  • What if... Reframing the Dream - Jim Hug, S.J.
  • Seeing Agriculture Anew - Maria Riley, O.P.
  • Work-Life Conflict in the United States - Julia Wartenberg
  • Why Language Has Moral - and Unpredictable - Effects - Kerry Danner-McDonald
  • Getting Our Focus Right - Jim Hug, S.J.
  • Center of Concern 40th Anniversary Campaign - Jim Hug, S.J.
Cidse Conference on Sustainable Development

Center of Concern | Tue, Nov 15, 2011

What is Sustainable Development?

On 13 and 14 September, representatives of CIDSE member and partner organisations, academics, institutions and the Church from around the world met in Brussels to discuss alternative models of development, which put people and the environment first. Watch a short video clip of participants answering the question, What is Sustainable Development?  You will find cameo appearances of the Center of Concern's Julia Wartenberg and Jim Hug.

Center of Concern | Thu, Jul 28, 2011

Center Engages with Caux Round Table

Jim Hug, S.J. participated in an all-day gathering of the Caux Round Table Fellows Tuesday, July 26th, to discuss current issues of organizational integrity and responsibility.  Jim helped focus the discussion on the changed context created by the convergence of social and ecological crises, offering the perspective of the Center's important framework paper by Maria Riley, O.P., Seeing the World Anew.

Center of Concern | Tue, Jul 26, 2011

Ignatian Spirituality for a Socially-Conscious Evolutionary Mission

Center President Jim Hug, S.J.led a highly successful workshop entitled: "When Resurrection Feels Like Crucifixion: the Social Grace of the Fourth Week in our Evolutionary Times" at the 5th Triennial Ignatian Spirituality Conference at St. Louis University July 22-24.  Watch for follow-up activities to develop social consciousness within Ignatian Spirituality.