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How to Forgive? Multi-Session Group Event (Richard Cowden and Kate Jackson-Meyer)

October 17, 2022

The Human Flourishing Program and The Harvard Catholic Forum are sponsoring a multi-session group exploration of the question: "How to forgive?

It is a three-part series of meetings: 1 in-person and 2 online, lead by Dr. Richard Cowden and Dr. Kate Jackson-Meyer.

 

The Forgiveness Group will learn about and discuss an evidence-based approach to forgiveness using the REACH Forgiveness Booklet, along with theological insights.

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“Workplace Theology and Ethical Leadership” scholars visit the Human Flourishing Program (July 18, 2022)

July 14, 2022

On Monday, July 18, students in the Doctor of Ministry in Workplace Theology and Ethical Leadership (WTEL) program will visit the Human Flourishing Program to consult on their research into the theological dimension of work with Program Senior Philosopher...

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BOOK LAUNCH: Philosophies of Work in the Platonic Tradition: A History of Labor and Human Flourishing by Jeffrey Hanson

June 8, 2022

Join us for a free online event celebrating the publication of the newest book by Program Senior Philosopher, Jeffrey Hanson, entitled: "Philosophies of Work in the Platonic Tradition: A History of Labor and Human Flourishing." 

Thursday June 9th at 11am EST

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The Role of Mental Images in Character Education: Some Educational Strategies by Wojciech Kaftanski (University of Gdansk)

June 2, 2022

Wojciech Kaftanski, Program's postodoctoral fellow and Communications Associate, is giving a talk entitled "The Role of Mental Images in Character Education: Some Educational Strategies" at Virtue & Human Development Conference at University of Gdansk in Poland. 

Conference Program

 

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"A Theoretical Framework on the Relationship Between Adverse Childhood Experiences and Moral Injury" by Jennifer Wortham (Duke University)

May 9, 2022

A Theoretical Framework on the Relationship Between Adverse Childhood Experiences and Moral Injury

by Jennifer S. Wortham, Dr.PH, MPH

Center for Spirituality, Theology and Health, 

Duke University

Summary: Moral Injury (MI) is a relatively new syndrome characterized by profound psychological distress experienced by witnesses or perpetrators of violent crime, abuse, or a situation that challenges one’s deepest moral code and their ability to...

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