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The Greening of Catholicism, Eco-Justice for the Sake of the Common Good
|Event Start Date||Thursday, September 20, 2012|
Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice Theatre
|Event Start Time||5:30 pm|
The 12th Annual Portman Lecture features Anne Clifford, CSJ, PhD. She is currently the Monsignor James Supple Chair of Catholic Studies at Iowa State University. Previously she has held the Walter and Mary Tuohy Chair in Interreligious Studies at John Carroll University, and taught theology at Duquesne University. Her teaching and research focus on Catholic creation theology and social thought with emphasis on eco-justice. She has served as consultant to the United States Catholic Conference’s Environmental Justice Program (1995-1996) and as president of the College Theology Society (2006-2008).
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