Featured Events
Pope Francis and the American Church (4/26)

Upon the election of Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio to the Chair of Peter in 2013, the Catholic Church received its first Jesuit pope and its first ever pope from the Southern Hemisphere. This year Pope Francis celebrates the fifth anniversary of his election. A distinguished panel will discuss the trajectory of those five years and how Francis has engaged with, connected to, and changed the American Church, as well as what the future holds for his papacy and the American Catholic faithful.

BU School of Theology Lowell Lecture Featuring Traci Blackmon (4/3)
The Rev. Traci Blackmon is the Executive Minister of Justice & Witness Ministries of The United Church of Christ and Senior Pastor of Christ The King United Church of Christ in Florissant, MO. This year, Rev. Blackmon co-authored the newly released White Privilege curriculum through the United Church of Christ. If you can't catch the event in person, it will be livestreamed .

Truth and Lies in a Polarized Time: A Lecture by E.J. Dionne (4/5)

In 2016, the Brookings Institution organized a  roundtable discussi on about the role and prospects of journalism under the Trump administration. Panelists included James Glassman (George W. Bush Public Policy Institute), Shani Hilton (Buzzfeed News), and Susan Glasser (Politico). They discussed how print, digital, and broadcast news platforms can work to counter disinformation, propaganda, and falsehood through “fact-checking” and other journalistic practices. E.J. Dionne is a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, a columnist for the Washington Post, and university professor in the Foundations of Democracy and Culture at Georgetown University. Join Boston College's Boisi Center for this compelling lecture.

Of Equal Worth and Personhood: A Theology of Disability (4/12)

In this inaugural event of the new biannual speaker series TML Speaks, the Theology and Ministry Library (TML) of Boston College addresses the experience of disability through story, study, and conversation. Titles of the presentations include ""The Power of the Powerless" by Christopher de Vinck, "Wonderfully Made" by Brian Heffernan, and "Theology, Relational Anthropology, and Disability" by Mary Jo Iozzio. The event is c o-sponsored by The Boston College University Libraries, The School of Theology and Ministry, and The Arc of Massachusetts

Happening This Month
Harvard Divinity School
Monday, April 2, 4-6 pm

Boston College Boisi Center for Religion and American Public Life
Wednesday, April 4, 5-6:15 pm

Boston College Continuing Education
Wednesday, April 4, 5:30-7 pm

Presented by Boston University Institute for Philosophy & Religion
Friday, April 6, 4 pm
Hartford Seminary
Thursday, April 5, 7 pm

With Celene Ibrahim and Tasneem Zawahreh
Saturday, April 7, 9:30 am - 3:30 pm

Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
Saturday, April 7, 9 am - 2 pm
Boston College Center for Christian-Jewish Learning
Monday, April 9, 4-5:30 pm

The Anna Howard Shaw Center at Boston University School of Theology
Wednesday, April 11, 11 am - 8 pm
Boston College Continuing Education
Wednesday, April 11, 5:30-7 pm

Boston College Center for Christian-Jewish Learning
Thursday, April 12, 3 pm

Winchester Unitarian Society
Thursday, April 12, 7-9 pm

Boston College Continuing Education
Thursday, April 19, 4 pm

Boston College Continuing Education
Tuesday, April 24, 5:30-7 pm

Andover Newton Theological Seminary Library
May 19, 22-25 (various times)
Classifieds and Calls for Papers
The Imago Dei Call to Join the Planning Committee
The Imago Dei Graduate Conference is seeking BTI graduate students to join the planning committee. This committee seeks to further graduate research into normalized theological interpretations and pastoral applications relating to the Imago Dei.
Email imagodeigraduateconference@gmail.com for more information.
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