Theological Educationalists – defines the team at the Center for Ecumenical and Interreligious Engagement at Seattle University. The Center pursues scholarly and community projects with a commitment to the educationally formative role of theology within university life. With an Ignatian sensibility, the Center promotes the insights of every discipline, so that Center projects are steeped in the wisdom of life, from students, alumni staff, faculty, and friends all around Seattle University.
A Sounding is a gathering (webinar or in-person) where we emphasize Ignatian discernment to critical issues impacting our lives. Through discernment, we agree upon transformative action and seek specific means of being catalysts for change.
The Greening of Wisdom:
Theological discernment in the Ignatian tradition at Seattle University believes that wisdom from every field is a renewable resource for the public. When we value and share wisdom then we promote the vitality of the whole ecology of communal well-being. The Seeking Wisdom Series promotes the greening of wisdom by providing expertise across the university and community, with an emphasis upon the wisdom of faculty at Seattle University.
A collection of podcasts, videos, and interviews with key faculty and staff, focusing on the value of wisdom in a University setting.
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.
This Homelessness Resource invites you, the viewer and listener, into these important conversations for educating both oneself and the community.
As this resource continues to grow and evolve, you encourage you to check back for new opportunities to view, listen, and engage in new information. Please send your suggestions to TheCenter@seattleu.edu
Once a year, Christians around the world come together to pray for unity. Congregations and communities all over the earth hold special celebrations or services and plan for the year ahead. The week is celebrated January 18th-25th, between the feasts of St Peter and St Paul. Visible unity is a gift to be shared. Disunity disrupts community and society and harms well-being in the world. This week is a reminder to all people how intentional unity is a benefit to all of society. The Center encourages you to view the leading resources in the right-most panel for the Week! And then, listen below to students, alumni, ecumenical partners, staff, faculty, and administrators, as they reflect on unity. What is your commitment to unity in the coming week?
The Center for Ecumenical and Interreligious Engagement includes the Religica Theolab Podcast. The podcast interviews local to international leaders on topics of shared value and wisdom to the listener.
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