The Joseph William and Madeline Eberle Klein Fund was established for the explicit purpose of supporting educational events (including courses, programs, lectures, and the like) and materials specifically directed toward greater inclusion in the Roman Catholic Church of those groups of persons currently disaffected from it including, but not limited to the LGBTQ community, or gender, racial or political minorities.
Dying to Live: Stories from Refugees on the Road to Freedom
February 11, 5pm, online
Ms. Danielle Vela, Director of Reconciliation and Social Cohesion at Jesuit Refugee Services, and author of Dying to Live: Stories from Refugees on the Road to Freedom, will highlight Jesuit Refugee Services’ work of accompaniment through sharing stories about the refugee experience and of the forcibly displaced.
Ms. Vela’s presentation seeks to bring to light the refugee experience and create a culture of welcome for all refugees and migrants.
Sponsored by The Faith-Justice Institute's Joseph William and Madeline Eberle Klein Fund, The Refugee and Immigrant Working Group, Latin American and Latinx Studies, Department of History, Department of Political Science, Beta Gama Sigma, and International Relations Program.
Answering Women’s S.O.S. – How Leading in the Jesuit Tradition Can Avert a National Workforce Emergency
March 24, 7pm, online
Empathetic Leadership in the Jesuit Tradition, Kate Shields, CEO Vault Communications, Philadelphia Business Journal 2020 Most Admired CEOs.
Co-Sponsored with Beta Gamma Sigma