Events

Creation, Humanity and Science in the Franciscan Intellectual Tradition


July 29-Aug 12, 2012   

Old Mission Santa Barbara
2201 Laguna St
Santa Barbara, CA, USA

Three leading Franciscan scholars will address environmental concerns from in a two week summer course title “Creation, Humanity and Science in the Franciscan Intellectual Tradition,” July 29-Aug 12, 2012, at Old Mission Santa Barbara. Br. Bill Short OFM is the Dean of the Franciscan School of Theology, and one of the top scholars in the Franciscan world. Sr. Mary Beth Ingham CSJ is internationally recognized for her pioneering work in the theology and philosophy of Bl. John Duns Scotus. Br. Keith Douglass Warner OFM has written extensively about Franciscan environmental ethics. If you want to learn what the Franciscan tradition can contribute to environmental justice, this will be an ideal two week professional development experience.

For the brochure, visit:

http://webpages.scu.edu/ftp/kwarner/Fran-CHSnov9.pdf