"We are called to establish with truth, justice, charity, and liberty new methods of relationships in human society.” #163, Pacem in Terris
The Justice Sown in Peace conference at the University of Notre Dame will recognize the 60th anniversary of the seminal Catholic social tradition encyclical, Pacem in Terris, as well as celebrate the dual 40th anniversaries of the U.S. Bishops peace pastoral, The Challenge of Peace, and the founding of the Center for Social Concerns. This international gathering will examine justice issues by thought leaders like Prof. Dr. Michelle Becka of Julius-Maximilians-University, Wurzburg; Sr. Helen Prejean, CSJ of Dead Man Walking fame; and Marie Dennis of Pax Christi International, as well as a panel of higher education experts. The conference will focus on particular issues central to our time: migration, violence, racism, internationalization, and the role of political structures. Join us at this conference of global scholars working to expand the Catholic social tradition through intellectual, artistic, and social engagement.
Center for Social Concerns; Catholic Charities USA(link is external); Catholic Relief Services(link is external); Catholic Social Tradition Minor; Center for the Study of Religion and Society; College of Arts and Letters; Cushwa Center for American Catholicism; Department of Theology; Department of Political Science; Keough School of Global Affairs; Klau Institute for Civil and Human Rights; Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies; Nanovic Institute for European Studies; Notre Dame Law School Program on Church, State, & Society; Poverty Studies Interdisciplinary Minor