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CATHOLIC SOCIAL TRADITION CONFERENCE

Peace Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow

CELEBRATING 50 YEARS SINCE PACEM IN TERRIS

March 21–23, 2013    University of Notre Dame

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CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

  

All events are in McKenna Hall unless otherwise noted.

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Wednesday | March 20

 

7:00 PM

Optional viewing of film, Monseñor The Last Journey of Oscar Romero

Eck Visitors Center Auditorium

Followed by discussion with:

Julian Filochowski, C.M.G., O.B.E.

Chair, Archbishop Romero Trust in England

Former Director, CAFOD

England and Wales

Rev. Robert S. Pelton, C.S.C.

Director, Latin American/North American Church Concerns

University of Notre Dame

 

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Thursday | March 21

 

5:00 PM Registration (ends at 8:00 PM) – Lobby
   
5:00 PM Dinner for Keynote Speakers and Cosponsors (by invitation)
   
7:30 PM

Keynote AddressAuditorium

Pacem in Terris: Its Context and Legacy”

Rev. Kenneth R. Himes, O.F.M.

Associate Professor, Theology Department

Boston College

Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts

Introduction by Bill Purcell, M.Div.

Associate Director of Catholic Social Tradition, Center for Social Concerns

Co-Director, Catholic Social Tradition Minor

University of Notre Dame

   
9:00 PM Dessert ReceptionAtrium

 

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Friday | March 22

 

8:00 AM Registration and NetworkingLobby
   
9:00 AM 

Keynote Interfaith Peace PanelAuditorium

Pacem in Terris: Its Influences and Challenges to Catholics/Christians in an Islamic Context of Pakistan”

Rev. James Channan, O.P.

Director, Peace Center of the Dominican Order in Pakistan

Regional Coordinator, United Religions Initiative (URI)

Lahore, Pakistan

"A Common Prayer for a Common Peace": The Roles of the Muslim and Christian Religious in Peaceful Resolution of Conflict in Mindanao

Amina Rasul-Bernardo, M.B.A., M.P.A.

President, Philippine Center for Islam Democracy (PCID)

Managing Trustee, Magbassa Kita Foundation, Inc.

San Juan City, Philippines

Introduction by Todd Whitmore, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Theology

Co-Director, Catholic Social Tradition Minor

University of Notre Dame

   
10:15 AM Break
   
10:30 AM

Colloquium Sessions on Social Issues I:

Four Concurrent Presentations of Papers

Peace in an International Setting  Room 100–104

Dr. Terence McGoldrick

Episcopal Conferences of the Developing World’s Peace and Justice Efforts

Basilio G. Monteiro, Ph.D.

Om Shanti, Shanti: The Catholic Church of India a Catalyst for Peace in a Pluralistic Society

Moderator: Cynthia Toms Smedley, Center for Social Concerns

Communities Affected by War (Case Studies)  Room 202

Karen Ross, M.A.

“Mujeres de la Guerra”: Illuminating the Luchas and Gendered Experiences of Salvadoran Women of War in Light of Pacem in Terris

Edward Gaffney

Economic Justice and the Demands of Peace-Building: Transformation of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict in the Light of Pacem in Terris (1963) and Gaudium et Spes (1965)

Moderator: Jimena Holguin, Center for Social Concerns                 

Education and Technology  Room 112–114

Nicholas Rademacher, Ph.D.

Educating for Peace and Justice Among the ‘Nones:’ Pedagogical Resources for the 21st Century from the Catholic Peace Movement in the Era of Pacem in Terris

Patrick Flanagan, Ph.D.

Hashtags and Tweets: Information and Communication Technology in the Promotion of Peace

Moderator: Connie Snyder Mick, Center for Social Concerns

Legacy and Impact  Room 210–214

Meghan J. Clark, Ph.D.

The Legacy of Pacem in Terris: Human Rights, Solidarity and the Right to Development

Peter Jeffery, Ph.D.

Can Catholic Social Teaching Bring Peace to the "Liturgy Wars"?

Moderator: Annie Cahill Kelly, Center for Social Concerns

   
12:00 PM Break
   
12:30 PM 

LuncheonDining Room

Remarks by Rev. Paul V. Kollman, C.S.C.

Executive Director, Center for Social Concerns

Associate Professor of Theology

University of Notre Dame

   
2:30 PM

Colloquium Sessions on Social Issues II and Workshop Sessions:

Two Concurrent Presentations of Papers and Two Workshops

CST Research and Learning Workshop  Room 100–104

Roger Bergman, Ph.D., Jay Brandenberger, Ph.D., Kathleen Maas Weigert, Ph.D., Margaret Pfeil, Ph.D., Kelly Silay, Todd Whitmore, Ph.D.

Learning and Applying CST: Developing Research Tools to Examine Catholic Social Teaching Efforts in Higher Education

Moderator: James Paladino, Center for Social Concerns

Catholic Peace Fellowship Workshop  Room 210–214

Tom Cornell, D.L.H. (h.c.), Michael Griffin, M.Div., Shawn T. Storer, M.Div.

Pursuing Pacem en Terris: From Supporting Conscientious Objectors to War to Healing Moral Injury in Those Returned from Combat

Moderator: Matthew Hovde, C.S.C.

Global Governance  Room 112–114                              

Kevin Ahern, M.A.

Catholic Social Thought and the Reform of Global Governance

John Francis Burke, Ph.D.

Recasting the Case for World Government in Pacem in Terris and Caritas in Veritate: A Cogent Response to the Postmodern/postcolonial Accent on Radical Pluralism

Moderator: Andrea Smith Shappell, Center for Social Concerns

Warfare  Room 202

David Carroll Cochran, Ph.D.

War and the Surprising Realism of Catholicism’s Peacemaking Agenda

Seth J. A. Alexander, ABD

War, What Is It Good For? The Catholic Response to Nuclear War and Violence in the 20th Century

Moderator: Emily Garvey, Center for Social Concerns

   
4:00 PM Break
   
5:15 PM Mass – Basilica of the Sacred Heart
   
6:30 PM  Dinner Dining Room
   
8:00 PM

Keynote Address and 2013 Archbishop Oscar Romero LectureAuditorium

“Oscar Romero: The Martyrdom of an Apostle for Peace and a Vatican II Champion”

Julian Filochowski, C.M.G., O.B.E.

Chair, Archbishop Romero Trust in England

Former Director, CAFOD

England and Wales

Introduction by Rev. Robert S. Pelton, C.S.C.

Director, Latin American/North American Church Concerns

University of Notre Dame

                     

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Saturday | March 23

 

8:30 AM  

Colloquium Sessions on Social Issues III:

Four Concurrent Presentations of Papers

Historical Perspectives Room 210–214

Rodrigo Mardones, Ph.D.

Peace on Earth through Fraternity: A Perspective from Social Sciences

Matthew A. Shadle, Ph.D.

Pacem in Terris and the “Perpetual Peace” Genre of the 18th Century

Moderator: Karen Manier, Center for Social Concerns

  

Justice and Peace  Room 202

James J. Kelly, Jr.

The Poor as Co-Creators of a Just World

Susan Sharpe, Ph.D.

New Relationships in Human Society: A Right to Restorative Justice Dialogue

Moderator: Mary Beckman, Center for Social Concerns

Peacemakers  Room 112–114

Roger Bergman, Ph.D.

A New Kind of Martyr and Peacemaker: Blessed Franz Jägerstätter as Selective Conscientious Objector

Daniel Cosacchi, M.T.S.

Working for Peace After Pacem in Terris: Dorothy Day as a Catalyst for and Embodiment of the Encyclical

Moderator: Jimena Holguin, Center for Social Concerns

Peace, Human Rights and Solidarity  Room 100–104

Mark Ensalaco, Ph.D.

Human Rights and CST

Gerard F. Powers, J.D.

Peacebuilding: the Missing Dimension of Catholic Social Teaching

Susan Crawford Sullivan, Ph.D.

Catholic Social Teaching, Poverty, and Student Development

Moderator: Rosie McDowell, Center for Social Concerns

   
10:00 AM

Keynote Panel on Pacifism in Action  – Auditorium

"Pacem in Terris and Nonviolent Action for Peace"

Ken Butigan, Ph.D.

Executive Director, Pace e Bene Nonviolence Service

Chicago, Illinois

"Love Your Enemies: Living with Gazan and Afghan Friends in a Time of War"

Kathy Kelly, M.R.E.

Coordinator, Voices for Creative Nonviolence

(Campaign to end U.S. military and economic warfare)

Chicago, Illinois

Introduction by Margaret Pfeil, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Theology

University of Notre Dame

   
11:15 AM Break
   
11:30 AM   

Colloquium Sessions on Social Issues IV:

Four Concurrent Presentations of Papers

Living CST  Room 100–104

David Coleman, Ph.D.

Religion, State, and Civil Society in Catholic Social Teaching

David J. O’Brien, Ph.D.

Catholic Social Teaching and Action

Joseph Torma, Ph.D.

Economy and Dignity of Work

Moderator: Cynthia Toms Smedley, Center for Social Concerns

Religious Freedom and Secularism  Room 210–214

Margarita M. Rose, Ph.D. and Rodrigo Gereda

Keeping the Faith of Peace-making in a Secular World

Angela Senander, Ph.D.

The Development of Religious Freedom in Catholic Social Teaching: from Pacem in Terris to “Religious Freedom, Path to Peace”

Moderator: Michael Hebbeler, Center for Social Concerns

CST and the World Community  Room 202

Matthew Bagot, Ph.D.

Love Your Enemies: the Church, the Nation, and the Lives of Others

John Crowley-Buck, M.A.

Pacem in Terris and H. Richard Niebuhr: On the Possibility of “a World Government”

Moderator: Rachel Tomas Morgan, Center for Social Concerns

Migration and Structural Sin  Room 112–114

Susan Bigelow Reynolds, M.Ed.

“Truly a person:” Approaching Migration as a Peace Issue in a Transnational Age

Daniel R. DiLeo

Learning How to Care for Climate Change Refugees from Pope John XXIII and Pope Benedict XVI

Katie Mahowski

Theological and Practical Responses to John XXIII’s Call to Peace

Moderator: Rachel Parroquin, Center for Social Concerns

   
1:00 PM

Lunch (on your own)

   
2:00 PM

Social Action with Justice Partners Discussion

Informal Presentation and Discussion of College Social Ministry PartnershipsAuditorium

Ronald Pagnucco, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Peace Studies

Chair, Department of Peace Studies

College of St. Benedict/St. John’s University

Aaron Matthew Weldon, M.Div.

Intern, The Catholic Campaign for Human Development

United States Conference of Catholic Bishops

   
3:00 PM   Break
   
3:15 PM

Panel on Peace in Catholic Social TraditionAuditorium

Margaret Pfeil, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Theology

University of Notre Dame

Emily Sipos-Butler, M.Div.

Catholic Peacebuilding Network

Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies

University of Notre Dame

Todd Whitmore, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Theology

Co-Director of the Catholic Social Tradition Minor

University of Notre Dame

   
4:30 PM  Wrap-Up Discussion and Conclusion Auditorium
   
5:00 PM  Mass Basilica of the Sacred Heart
 

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