Saint John's Annual Faith & Justice Conference
Saint John’s School of Theology and Seminary along with Saint John's University Campus Ministry announces "Let All Be Received as Christ:" Saint John's Faith and Justice Conference, scheduled for Friday, April 20, 2018.
See below the call for proposals.
The fourth annual Saint John’s Faith and Justice Conference is a conference organized by students for students to provide an opportunity for dialogue and shared learning on issues related to Catholic Social Thought. The goals of this conference are to increase awareness of social issues, engage in ministerial conversations, and to give graduate and undergraduate students a platform to share their social justice research, particularly as it relates to faith.
We welcome proposals that deal with research or applied ministry in any area of justice or peace studies as it relates to faith. This could involve a research topic that you have written or presented on before, or it could be an area in which you have practical, hands-on experience. Creative presentation styles, such as workshops, facilitating conversation, or other interactive ideas are encouraged.
Interested students should submit an abstract or short description of their work (no more than 500 words) and a short biography of their academic interests and background (no more than 250 words), due Thursday, March 15, 2018 at noon. The committee will review submissions and contact you by Monday, March 19.