On January 14, 2022, Professor Tracey Lamont delivered the inagural presentation in Cabrini University's spring 2022 lecture series, Shoulder to Shoulder. Her presentation, titled "Mission Integration in a Pluralistic World," was half-day workshop for faculty and staff. Its focus was on how the faculty and staff can celebrate and integrate Catholic identity, diversity, equity, and inclusion in the university’s activities.
Guilherme Lopes, MPS, has served as the Director of Campus Ministry at Cabrini University since October 2021. For the spring 2022 semester, he created a Catholic Lecture Series. Each speaker will use Campus Ministry’s theme, Shoulder to Shoulder, as their foundation for their presentations. Remaining dates in the series are February 9, March 9, and April 6. Learn more about the series »
Austin Suggs, host of Gospel Simplicity, welcomed LIM Director Tom Ryan to discuss the ways Medieval thinkers approached Scripture. The discussion, titled "How Aquinas and Medieval Theologians Read Scripture," can be viewed on YouTube.
On November 23, 2021, Emily Demoor, Ph.D., will give the keynote address at the Loving the Planet Symposium sponsored by the Project for the Study of Love in Religion at Regents Park College, Oxford, the Oxford Centre for Religion and Culture, and the Caritas Center at Brescia University. Online attendance is free. To register, GO»
As part of a cohort of religious sisters in East Africa studying Catholic social teaching and UN Sustainable Development Goals, Sr. Teresia Mbugua shares her learnings with the novices she mobilizes to advocate for an end to domestic violence. The Global Sisters Report recently published her article "Teaching about Domestic Violence in Tanzania."
Counseling graduates Stephanie Robinson (’11), Jordan Esfeld (’20), Kathryn Pennings (’20), Annie Rooney (’20) published an article titled Integrating trauma-Informed Yoga into Addiction Treatment. Read the full article here https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/15401383.2021.1972067?src=&
Carrie Golden Lambert, MPS, is Youth Director at St. Mary Basilica in Natchez, MS, but her roots run deep in Louisiana, too. When she saw the devastation wrought by Hurricane Ida, her instinct was to help immediately, and members of her local community were eager to assist in relief efforts. Members of the LIM community can join the ongoing outreach to communities destroyed by the storm, whether in person or remotely, as she and her team of volunteers will be going to Luling, LA, every 2 weeks with supplies. Continue reading to learn more about Carrie's relief efforts and how to participate.
"Social Traps and Social Trust: Institutional Transformations in an American City following a Natural Disaster" is the issue of the New England Journal of Public Policy guest-edited by Michael Cowan, Ph.D. The articles in this issue examine the lessons learned from pursuing institutional change in the aftermath of Hurrican Katrina in New Orleans. Read the issue here.
Dr. Ansel Augustine had his article "It Took a Village: The Refuge That Was St. Peter Claver Catholic School" in the Spring 2021 issue of Momentum, the magazine of the National Catholic Education Association. The article pays tribute to the school and also highlights the need to support and preserve safe spaces for Black youth. Read the article here.
Antiqua Smart DNP, APRN, FNP-BC, PHNA-BC, a full-time assistant professor in the School of Nursing, was recently selected as a member of the inaugural National Organization of Nurse Practitioners Faculties (NONPF) Telehealth Committee. The NONPF Telehealth Committee provides national recommendations on telehealth education for nurse practitioner faculty members and nurse practitioner students.