WEDNESDAY, FEB. 23 3 p.m. | An Intra-Faith Discussion: Rites and Cultures in the Catholic Churches of San Antonio
From Loretta Sanchez
CULTIVATING COMMUNITY THROUGH DIALOGUE AND ACTION: SYNODALITY AS JOURNEYING TOGETHER
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 23
Religions in Service of Fraternity on Our World
3 p.m. | An Intra-Faith Discussion: Rites and Cultures in the Catholic Churches of San Antonio
“And Who Is My Neighbor?” How Are We To Best Serve and Care for Our Parishioners and Neighbors Considering the Current Social, Political and Economically Challenging Times?
The Very Rev. Kevin Fausz, CM, VU Pastor, Holy Redeemer Catholic Church
The Rev. George C. George Pastor, St. Thomas Syro Malabar Church
The Rev. Charles Khachan Pastor, St. George Maronite Church
The Rev. John Mefrige Pastor, Three Hierarchs Melkite and Byzantine Catholic Mission
The Rev. Luong Uong, C.Ss.R Vietnamese Martyrs Catholic Church
Moderated by Deacon Albert Sanchez Director of University Ministry, St. Mary’s University
The 2022 Conference on Justice and Social Concerns is inspired by Fratelli Tutti: Encyclical Letter on Fraternity and Social Friendship by Pope Francis and the concept of synodality, a term the Catholic Church used to describe the process of togetherness and collaboration.
The three-day conference will reflect on the last two chapters, Paths of Renewed Encounter and Religions in Service of Fraternity in Our World.
The conference will examine the chapters as they speak to community, action and dialogue.
All events are free and open to the public. Unless otherwise stated, all sessions will be held in the University Center, Conference Room A. To find daily links and detailed conference information, including discussion topics and questions and speaker biographies, visit www.stmarytx.edu/conference.