Event Title

Sacred Geography and Sanctuaries of the Spirit

Event Type

Talk

Location

St. Roberts Auditorium

Start Date

31-10-2006 1:35 PM

End Date

31-10-2006 2:50 PM

Description

This panel provided different perspectives on the role of spirituality and the environment, including the role of memory, ritual, history and place in the broader Native American community.

Paul Ojibway is a Franciscan Friar of Atonement. He is former director of LMU’s American Indian programs and the Native American Ministry of the Los Angeles archdiocese. Ojibway has been an important cultural bridge between the Catholic Church and the Native American community in California and in the United States.

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Oct 31st, 1:35 PM Oct 31st, 2:50 PM

Sacred Geography and Sanctuaries of the Spirit

St. Roberts Auditorium

This panel provided different perspectives on the role of spirituality and the environment, including the role of memory, ritual, history and place in the broader Native American community.

Paul Ojibway is a Franciscan Friar of Atonement. He is former director of LMU’s American Indian programs and the Native American Ministry of the Los Angeles archdiocese. Ojibway has been an important cultural bridge between the Catholic Church and the Native American community in California and in the United States.