Here’s some audio from the day I spent at the conference, April 16, 2007.
The session was on “Property Ownership in Modern Society: Rights and Responsibilities.” If you’re truly curious, check out the Archive page or download the mp3 zip file (75MB). For a taste, download Ed Schofield’s closing comments (8MB mp3).
- Daniel Dick, past president of the Tatnuck Brook Watershed Association and creator of the Energy Studies curriculum at Worcester State College
- Brayton Shanley of the Agape Community, Ware, MA
- Michael and Diane Boover of Worcester
- Fred Enman, SJ, Assistant to the Dean, Boston College Law School and founder of â€œMatthew 25,â€ on the urban housing rehabilitation nonprofit and Catholic social teaching
- Dr. Peter Weiskel, Ph.D., hydrologist with the United States Geological Survey
- Edmund A. Schofield, Director of Education at Tower Hill Botanic Garden, Boylston, and past president of the Henry David Thoreau Society
USGS hydrologist Peter Weiskel lectures on “Massachusetts water resources.” From a conference on Catholic Social Teaching at Anna Maria College, April 16, 2007. Download the mp4 (73MB) or see other formats.
In this week’s newsreel from Worcester Indymedia, there are some video clips of Fr. Fred Enman and Brayton Shanley, from the Catholic Social Teaching conference. I’m not going to post them elsewhere, so check them out here. [Download the mp4 (14MB)]
Daniel Dick, past president of the Tatnuck Brook Watershed Association and creator of the Energy Studies curriculum at Worcester State College, talks about Worcester’s water supply. From the 2007 conference on Catholic Social Teaching at Anna Maria College, April 16, 2007.
Here’s some photos from the Catholic Social Teaching conference at Anna Maria. I used a videocamera in a dark room, so they’re not the best.
Seeking and Working for Social Justice and Peace as Guided by Nine Themes of Catholic Social Teaching: An Easter Novena and Conference at Anna Maria College.
50 Sunset Lane, Paxton, Massachusetts
April 10-21, 2007
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Seeking and Working for Social Justice and Peace as Guided by the Nine Themes of Catholic Social Teaching: An Easter Novena and Conference at Anna Maria College, 50 Sunset Lane, Paxton, Massachusetts.
April 10th through 21st, 2007
The Theology and Religious Studies Community at Anna Maria College, Paxton, MA invites you to a multi-day conference on the nine themes of Catholic Social Teaching. Each day of the conference is devoted to one of the nine themes. This spring conference purposely coincides with Anna Mariaâ€™s student musical, â€œCotton Patch Gospelâ€ by Harry Chapin which will be presented on the evenings of Thursday, April 12 and Friday, April 13 at 7 PM.
The Novena/Conference aims to increase understanding of and enthusiasm for the faithful pursuit of social justice and peace called for by Scriptural inspiration and admonition, Christian tradition, and the century-plus old promulgation of social encyclicals issued by recent Popes. The Conference will also attend to the documents of the Ecumenical Councils and select pastoral letters issued by Bishopsâ€™ conferences.