Join us for a lunch and interactive lecture with Reverend Dr. Kenneth Weare, an adjunct professor of social ethics at the University of San Francisco and a Catholic theologian and priest.
Dr. Weare has taught moral and political theology, social ethics, Christian ethics, human rights, social justice and peace studies in Catholic colleges and universities from Los Angeles to Tanzania.
He served first as an advisor and later as a theological consultant to a number of U.S. Catholic bishops during the drafting process of both the NCCB pastoral letter on war and peace and the pastoral letter on the economy.
Dr. Weare has presented papers on environmental ethics, globalization, and other moral issues at academic conferences and universities in the U.S., Europe, Latin America, Asia, Africa, and the South Pacific.
He has been a member of the boards of directors/advisors of various human rights, humanitarian, and United Nations organizations, including the Archbishop Romero Relief Fund, the Humanitarian Law Project, International Educational Development, the International Association Against Torture, and the Committee on Disarmament.
Dr. Weare has traveled on human rights and other delegations to over a dozen countries, including, most recently, Lebanon, Venezuela, Guatemala, Haiti, South Africa, and Nicaragua. He serves as a theological advisor to various Catholic Bishops in the United States and other countries.
RSVP to Beth Hampson in CILSA at firstname.lastname@example.org or 925-631-8543.
Co-Sponsored by the Mission & Ministry Center and CILSA
RSVP to Beth Hampson in CILSA by Tues, Nov. 22nd at email@example.com or 925-631-8543.