2020 Continuing the Heritage --Aug 21, 2020 /Session #3 - Christopher Cantu
From Loretta Sanchez
Continuing the Heritage in Fall 2020 will take on a new, albeit temporary, form. To better engage in the education of justice, we will host a four-hour teach-in, focused on issues of our times and the ways in which we are called to be present to the world grounded in the Marianist charism.
This teach-in will include a lunchtime keynote, followed by an afternoon highlighting three perspectives of how we consider our call to animate the Marianist charism in Fall 2020, including opportunities for reflection and dialogue. This educational opportunity parallels and supports a new initiative by the Office of Community Engagement to supplement traditional service-learning efforts that may be hindered by COVID-19 restrictions.
Continuing the Heritage
A Virtual Teach-In Experience
Topic: What does it mean to animate the Marianist Charism in Fall 2020?
Alicia Cordoba-Tait, D.M.A., Beirne Director and Professor, Center for Catholic Studies
From a Staff/Lay Marianist Perspective
Jessica Gonzalez-Uhlig, Ed.D., Executive Director, Marianist Educational Associates
From an Alumnus Perspective
Christopher Cantu (B.A. ’06, M.A. ’12), Senior Volunteer Recruitment Specialist for the American Red Cross Texas Gulf Coast Region
From a Current Student Perspective
Laura Dicún, senior Management major, Marianist Leadership Program Student Leadership Team