Former Newsweek religion editor Kenneth Woodward argued that religion is no longer a significant factor in presidential politics in a lecture titled “Religion in the White House.”
Richard Gaillardetz finds the best way to approach 2,000 years of Church history is first with a reminder that all are members of the baptized faithful.
“As we spend time loving and caring for ourselves, our brain responds and our capacity to love and connect with our neighbor increases,” Roozeboom said. “What happens is people lose a sense of separateness between the self and others, and we have this experience of being at one.”
“There was no other explanation other than prayer,” Cullinan said.
Spahić-Šiljak believes that the only way to solve the problem of divide in Bosnia is for people to work together.
Professors examined the ways in which religious beliefs will affect the voting polls.
The main question of the evening will be defining the millennial generation and what it means to grow up in a world filled with massive amounts of technology that expose the young generation to what is going on in the world.
The Faith Communities and Civil Society Lecture series, which will take place throughout the fall, will explore religion’s role in the post-communist conflicts of Eastern Europe.
Rev. Agbonkhianmeghe Orobator, S.J. spoke about African faith and religion on Feb. 1 in Gasson 305.