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1517 and all that ... The Relevance of the Reformation Today
Sat Oct 28, 2017 @10:30 -- Sat Oct 28, 2017 @15:30
Organized by Newman association and St Albans Cathedral Study Centre
St Columba’s College, St Albans, UK
The Protestant Reformation, in its noble aim of radically purifying Christian belief and practice, convulsed Europe and led to massive fragmentation a...

North America report 2012 - 2016

The North America region of ICMCIA/MIIC is pleased to present this brief report for the Assembly. We look forward to taking the next steps to renew this region in the coming years. We hope that this Assembly will help to guide some of our questions as we move forward (see challenges).

A. Mobilizing Communities of Young Professionals

Over the past four years, we have prioritized outreach to young professionals.  Our focus has been on engaging both young professionals and young lay theologians (see list of events). As a movement, we have organized or co-sponsored several events related to this effort. Kevin Ahern has visited existing communities in, Boston and Washington and has tried to establish or connect with new communities in New York, Toronto, Denver, and other cities. He has also worked on the board of several national organizations dealing with this question. These include: the Catholic Common Ground Initiative, America Media (Jesuits), Daily Theology, and the Church in the 21st Century Center of Boston College. In 2015, Kevin was asked to lead a session on young professionals in the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace’s conference on the 50th Anniversary of Guadium et Spes.

 

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