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Building a Christ-Inspired Economy (Situations of Substance)

Offered virtually via Zoom

For over 200 years, the profit motive has dominated economic thought and practice. 

This evening will explore how the profit motive affects our personal, familial, social, ecological, and theological living.  We will propose responses that are in line with building a functional economy grounded in Christ’s love.

The spirituality of Catholic Worker cofounders Dorothy Day and Peter Maurin will be featured prominently in this program.

Click here for a brief video invitation from Lincoln Rice.

Tuesday, January 26, 2021
6:30-8:30pm

Cost of $10.

Additional programs in the series:

February 9, 2021: Perspectives and Projections, John Nichols

February 23, 2021: Water: More than Quenching Thirst, Jan Gregorcich, SSND, and Rebecca Moczulewski

March 9, 2021: Gulf War Illness: Advocating for Veterans, Vera Roddy

March 23, 2021: Diversity and Inclusion in a Rapidly Changing World, Kimberly J. Payne

May 11, 2021: America’s Internment: Manzanar Pilgrimage, Joanne Jaruko Doi, MM

Lincoln Rice earned his PhD in moral theology from Marquette University in 2013 and has published two books. Healing the Racial Divide challenges the manner in which racial justice has been traditionally addressed in Catholic theology.  Peter Maurin’s Easy Essays was edited by Lincoln and contains essays by Catholic Worker co-founder Peter Maurin.  Lincoln has been a member of the Casa Maria Catholic Worker in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, since 1998.

 

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Building a Christ-Inspired Economy and the Profit Motive

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