The Saint Clare Center for Catholic Life has launched the new season of Forums on Faith and Work.
This breakfast series is designed to illuminate discipleship for the business community by focusing on the interplay of faith and work in light of the Gospels.
To kick off the new season, Dr. Donna Orsuto, co-founder and
director of the Lay Centre in Rome, presented “To What Are We Called?
Holiness in the Workplace” Aug. 14. During the forum, she will provide context and examples of
everyday holiness – sometimes emerging from unlikely places.
The upcoming sessions of the series include:
Thursday, Oct. 3, 2013
The Most Rev. Jerome E. Listecki, Archbishop of Milwaukee
Who Do You Say that I Am? Living the Good News in the Workplace
Archbishop Listecki was installed as Archbishop of Milwaukee on Jan. 3, 2010. He previously served the Church as Bishop of La Crosse (2005-2010) and Auxiliary Bishop of Chicago (2001-2005). The son of a Southside Chicago tavern owner, he was ordained to the priesthood in Chicago by Cardinal John Cody in 1975. A military veteran, he spent 20 years as a chaplain, and retired with the rank of lieutenant colonel. In spring 2013, Archbishop Listecki released his first pastoral letter for the Archdiocese of Milwaukee titled, "Who Do You Say that I Am?" He will address the challenge of everyday discipleship using the pastoral as his foundation.
Register Online - Oct. 3
Register Online (ICC members & CSU staff and students)
Friday, Oct. 25, 2013
John Quiñones, Award-winning correspondent for ABC News, including such programs as "20/20" and "Primetime: What Would You Do?"
What Would You Do? Integrity in the Workplace
John Quiñones is the Emmy Award-winning co-anchor of ABC newsmagazine "Primetime" and has been with the network nearly 30 years. He is the sole anchor of the "Primetime" series "What Would you Do?" one of the highest rated newsmagazine franchises in recent years. During his tenure, he has reported extensively for ABC News, predominantly serving as a correspondent for "Primetime" and "20/20." His work for "What Would You Do?" captures the way people react when confronted with dilemmas that compel them to either take action or walk away.
Having grown up in a poor family of migrant workers to eventually become ABC's first Latino correspondent and a seven-time Emmy Award winner, Quiñones will share his powerful story and lessons learned about human behavior, tendencies for good, and changing ethics in the workplace. His book, "Heroes Among Us" will be available to purchase.
Register Online - Oct. 25
Register Online (ICC members & Stritch staff and students)
Quiñones will also speak at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 24, 2013 as part of the Kendall Lecture Series.
Register for the whole series
Register for the whole series (ICC members & Stritch staff and students)
For more information, contact Mary Foley at (414) 410-4405 or firstname.lastname@example.org