On next Wednesday, March 3, from 7-8 pm we will be hosting Father Tad Pacholczyk, Ph.D., for a virtual talk on "Vaccines, Ventilators, and Other Ethical Challenges of COVID-19" over Zoom. You can register for this event on our 'Speakers' page, or by scanning the QR code in the advertisement below. Hope to see you there!
As a part of our faith and citizenship series, our next contributor is Hannah Dake. Hannah is a sophomore at the University of Iowa, and in her piece she explores the history of the first amendment and freedom of religion in the United States. Do you know the history behind the freedoms we enjoy today? Read this to find out!
Check out the Newman Center's Communications Fellow, Liv Ahlberg, as she explains why the pillars of Lent (Prayer, Fasting and Almsgiving) are important and how to live them out in your life. With Lent starting this week, this is a great reminder of not only what we are entering into, but why.
As part of our mission to encourage faith formation and discussion about the relationship between faith and culture, the Rossi Center will be publishing a series of professional pieces by both students and adults. Our Faith and Citizenship Series continues this week with Jerry Meis, a Rossi Center Advisory Board member and lifelong businessman. Jerry shares insights from his personal experience and relates them to professional publications on living out Catholic moral ethics and principles in the business world. You can view his contribution by clicking on the file below!