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Faith & Justice Summer Reading 2024: June Book Discussions

Wednesday, June 5th Queer Theology Reading Discussion: 12pm CST

Joy Matteson, University Librarian, will lead the discussion on Zoom. Please watch the above video on "All Theology has Context" and the below article about LGBTQ Catholic Ministry to prepare for the June 5th discussion.

Wednesday, June 12th Migrants at the Border Reading Discussion: 12pm CST

Carrie Ankeny, Campus Ministry Director, will lead our discussion on Zoom. Please read the article below on the Annunciation House to prepare for the discussion on June 12th.

Tuesday, June 18th Juneteenth and Black Liberation Theology Book Discussion: 12pm CST

For the week of Juneteenth, we'll be discussing James Cone's classic Black liberation theology book, "The Cross and the Lynching Tree". Click on the link to find a copy of the book in the Library or inter-library loan.

Community Lunch at the Sister Judith Ann Center for Benedictine Values

To finish out our June reading month, please join us for a community lunch to celebrate the Faith and Justice Reading Group at the Sister Judith Ann Heble Center on Wednesday, June 26th at 12pm CT. We hope to see you there!


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