Resourcing Community and Classroom 

 

CEIE is guided by the Ignatian commitment to religious literacy (General Congregation 34), where the joy of learning includes our whole humanity across all disciplines!   

The Center develops resources with a diversity of perspectives around challenges we face today in society. Every resource we create is shared across a robust social media platform and then poured into curriculum for use in classrooms and your community. We believe this is the best of constructive, public theology – to be alert, ready and responsive. 

In the squares below – you’ll see how CEIE collaborates with the United Nations Environment Program to focus on the religious response to climate destruction (Faith for Earth), and how Center students lead with interviews and monthly videos that spark imagination and conversation.  We enlist SU faculty to share their wisdom in our Seeking Wisdom Series, and we respond with multimedia resources to the challenges of our pandemic age through our Religica TheolabClick and Engage below!  

Gratitude, Injury, and Repair in a Pandemic Age with dandelion background

In this project, faculty work to share perspectives and discuss the impacts of what they began referring to as a “pandemic age.” An edited volume of their insights will be released in the coming year, and you can Meet the Scholars HERE.

HOMELESSNESS A Center Engaged Boxed with cityscape in background

From 2016-2019, The Center convened scholars, practitioners, and those who have experienced homelessness and shelterlessness, in order to provide background and insights on the complexities of these challenges.

The Centers Guide Faith for Earth A Called for Action text graphic with colored tree tops in background

In this resource, you can visit the new book titled Faith for Earth: A Call for Action, which has been created through the Parliament of the World's Religions and the United Nations Environmental Program, Faith for Earth Initiative.

Students Stories Video Series text over hand holding book with logo titled

Visit our Student Video Series "Student Stories" on the Religica Theolab–a project of the Center for Ecumenical and Interreligious Engagement.

Sparking the Imagination Series text and logo with sparkler in background

In this video series, we explore the ways in which we spark our imagination each month at the Center. From staying connected to creating harmony in our communities, we thrive through resilience and love.

Center Sounding text with logo over image of microphone and sound waves in the background 

A Sounding is a gathering at which we emphasize Ignatian discernment to critical issues impacting our lives. In this resource, you will further discover the meaning and importance of a Sounding and find archives of our past Soundings from 2020-2021.

Response Series - Response to a Changing Climate text with Religica Theolab Logo over melting ice and ocean image in background 

This Response Series will take you to our Religica Theolab, where you will find an insightful resource on how community members can respond to our changing climate.

Response Series - Response to Violence text with Religica Theolab Logo over image of destroyed building in the background

This Response Series will also take you to our Religica Theolab, where we have thorough resources on how community members can respond to acts of violence.

 Seeking Wisdom Series text over image of hand holding seedling sprouted

Explore our Seeking Wisdom Canvas Resource in this series, where we promote the vitality of the whole ecology of communal well-being, with an emphasis upon the wisdom of faculty at Seattle University.

At the RoundTable Bring Your Whole Self Box with globe in background

Our RoundTable series will take you to our Religica Theolab, where students, staff, faculty, and allies gather to engage around topics that challenge us today, such as mental health and climate change.

The Religica Theolab

The Center for Ecumenical and Interreligious Engagement includes our own theological laboratory: The Religica Theolab.

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