Reverend Lauren Van Ham of the United Religions Initiative introduces an insightful dialogue about the intersection of faith, community, and environmental action. Highlighting partnerships with the UN Environment Programme and […]
Please enjoy “The Conflict and Ethics of We’re in this Together” with Dr. Braden Molhoek.
We are delighted to present reflections from Dr. Michael Campos (PhD, ’11) who teaches high school religion at Convent & Stuart Hall, Schools of the Sacred Heart San Francisco.
Dr. Christopher Renz, OP, Professor of Liturgical Studies and Science & Theology at the Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology, discusses the ways in which experiencing and appreciating beauty can […]
Listen as Dr. Kamal Abu-Shamsieh speaks about spiritual care, resilience, and community.
In “Spirituality x Daily Life,” Sam Shonkoff touches on daily practices, everyday spirituality, finding delight in the everyday, and the question of how do we live spiritually in this time?
Listen in as GTU PhD candidate Pamela Stevens describes navigating bicultural community and church. Pamela’s episcopal church has experienced a challenging time of transition during the pandemic, but has found […]
“Synodality comes from the Greek words for walking together. And so the GTU is this beautiful place where diverse backgrounds of people can walk together.” Listen as PhD student Mark […]
GTU PhD student Leonard McMahon sat down to talk with us about his work with his consulting firm, Common Ground Dialogue, where he adapts an ancient contemplative method to help […]