Regis College is introducing a series of Continuous Learning Seminars. The first seminar titled “God, Church and Ourselves: Reasons to Hope” will be instructed by Professor Jack Costello, S.J. This 12 week seminar will be offered on Mondays from 10:00am to 12:00pm starting January 7, 2008.
The Regis College offices are closed from December 21 to January 7. Registrations received during this time will be processed on January 7.
As the new millennium advances many of us find ourselves tossed around by fresh hopes but new confusions. Our view of God and God’s work in the world is changing. The Church of Vatican II leaves us feeling partly at home but with our children painfully on the outside. Our culture is opening up new freedoms but also splintering into ‘cultures,’ none of which is able to offer clear social vision or direction.
This series will explore some of the promises and pressures we face as Christians seeking ways to understand and to help heal the world.
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Jack Costello, S.J. did his graduate work in philosophy and is a long-time faculty member at Regis College where he teaches in the area of culture, justice and spirituality.
He has served as president of Regis College, director of the Jesuit Centre for Social Faith and Justice, and is currently director of the Jesuit Refugee and Migrant Service.