Event Title

Jesuit Symposia: The Rhetoric of Teilhard de Chadin: Over the Top or Where LMU's Knowing Should Be Going

Event Type

Talk

Location

Von der Ahe Family Suite, Hannon Library

Start Date

11-10-2011 2:00 PM

End Date

11-10-2011 3:30 PM

Description

Introduction by Fr. Robert Caro, S.J.

Fr. Haughey currently coordinates Woodstock's Catholic Higher Education Project and is involved with the Arrupe Program in Social Ethics for Business. His most recent work, Where's Knowing Going: Horizons of the Knowing Subject was published by Georgetown Press in 2009. He has also edited In Search of the Whole: 12 Essays on Faith and Academic Life, published by Georgetown Press, 2011. His other books include Revisiting the Idea of Vocation (Editor, Catholic University Press, 2004), Housing Heaven's Fire (Loyola Press, 2002), Virtue and Affluence (Sheed and Ward, 1997), Converting Nine to Five: A Spirituality of Daily Work (Crossroad/Continuum, 1989), and The Holy Use of Money: Personal Finances in Light of Christian Faith (Doubleday, 1986). Fr. Haughey is also directing an ongoing colloquium on transhumanism with Sr. Ilia Delio. He was appointed by Vatican's Council on Christian Unity to serve as member of its international dialogues with Pentecostalism and World Evangelical Alliance.

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Oct 11th, 2:00 PM Oct 11th, 3:30 PM

Jesuit Symposia: The Rhetoric of Teilhard de Chadin: Over the Top or Where LMU's Knowing Should Be Going

Von der Ahe Family Suite, Hannon Library

Introduction by Fr. Robert Caro, S.J.

Fr. Haughey currently coordinates Woodstock's Catholic Higher Education Project and is involved with the Arrupe Program in Social Ethics for Business. His most recent work, Where's Knowing Going: Horizons of the Knowing Subject was published by Georgetown Press in 2009. He has also edited In Search of the Whole: 12 Essays on Faith and Academic Life, published by Georgetown Press, 2011. His other books include Revisiting the Idea of Vocation (Editor, Catholic University Press, 2004), Housing Heaven's Fire (Loyola Press, 2002), Virtue and Affluence (Sheed and Ward, 1997), Converting Nine to Five: A Spirituality of Daily Work (Crossroad/Continuum, 1989), and The Holy Use of Money: Personal Finances in Light of Christian Faith (Doubleday, 1986). Fr. Haughey is also directing an ongoing colloquium on transhumanism with Sr. Ilia Delio. He was appointed by Vatican's Council on Christian Unity to serve as member of its international dialogues with Pentecostalism and World Evangelical Alliance.