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The Jesuits, Globalization, and Dialogue

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The Jesuits, Globalization, and Dialogue

José Casanova
Senior Research Fellow, Berkley Centre

Francis X Clooney
Professor of Comparative Theology, Harvard Divinity School

Barbara Ganson
Associate Professor of History, Florida Atlantic University

John O’Malley
Professor of Theology, Georgetown University

Antoni Ucerler
Associate Professor, Department of History, Georgetown University

April 19, 2013
20:00 – 21:30 EDT

Berkley Center for Religion, Peace & World Affairs
Georgetown University, Washington DC

Only decades after its formation in 1540, the Society of Jesus had active missions around the world. In their global engagement Jesuits have combined a commitment to spread the Gospel with an embrace of dialogue with different cultures and religions. This symposium explored the Jesuit approach to mission and dialogue across the world’s major regions, in historical and comparative perspective. It was part of Georgetown University’s multi-year Jesuits and Globalization Project.

Lecture

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