However Long the Night: Making Meaning in a Time of Crisis
A Reflective Presentation and Book Signing
The Leadership Conference of Women Religious has published a book reflecting on the LCWR’s experience with the six-year investigation by the Vatican’s Congregation of the Doctrine of Faith (2009-2015). However Long the Night: Making Meaning in a Time of Crisis will be the focus of a presentation by Carol Zinn, SSJ, one of the authors of the book. Carol will share her insights on what the conference members learned about conflict and working through crisis situations.
Presenter: Carol Zinn, SSJ, a Sister of St. Joseph of Philadelphia, served in the presidency of LCWR from 2012 to 2015. Prior to being elected to leadership in her community she was the representative of the Congregations of St. Joseph at the United Nations (2001-2009) and was the education program director for Global Education Associates (1996-2001). Carol holds a degree of Master of Arts in theology from St. Bonaventure University and a doctorate in education from the University of North Carolina. In 1993, she was a research fellow at Harvard University. Currently, she is the executive director of the LCWR.
Please register by November 30th via website or call 215.780.1227. Book can be purchased through Amazon.
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