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Liturgy News
  • JST will host liturgy each Thursday in the Gesù Chapel at 12:40 p.m. PDT for JST students, staff and faculty only. The chapel allows for 25 participants, including presider and ministers. Those wishing to attend must register by 10 a.m. on Thursday, following the guidelines presented on the registration form. If more than 25 register, we will contact you if we cannot accommodate you. We also need lectors, ushers, and sanitizing helpers. To volunteer, sign up on the separate Ministry sign-up sheet.  Both the registration form and the ministry sign-up sheet are posted in the the Moodle course, "JST Community Life, Liturgy and Prayer", in the tile, Liturgy Past and Upcoming.
    • Presider: Thursday, April 22: Dean Joe Mueller, S.J.
JST Announcements
  • JST is co-sponsor of the Ignatian Center’s Bannan Forum, "The Canton Conference of 1668 and the Chinese Rites Controversy" with Thierry Meynard, SJ, Professor of Philosophy, Sun Yat Sen National University, Taiwan. This takes place on Tuesday, April 20, at 6:00 p.m. PDT. You must pre-register to receive the zoom link.
  • Sandra Schneiders, IHM, JST professor emerita, will give a presentation, "Women Erased: Catholic Women, Feminism and a New Paradigm for Being Church," as part of the FutureChurch series, "Women Erased," on Tuesday, April 20, at 5 p.m. PDT.   See https://www.futurechurch.org/women-erased-series for full information.
  • JST's student journal New Horizons is seeking academic papers, pastoral reflections, and art from graduate students on themes of welcoming the stranger in Fratelli tutti, ranging from climate change to crises of migration and economySubmissions are accepted on a rolling basis and are due by May 28, 2021, to be published in August 2021. Please find the full Call for Papers here and email newhorizonsjst@scu.edu with any questions.

Of Interest Elsewhere

Women’s Experiences and the Jesuit Mission: Discerning the Next 10 Years
April 23, April 30, May 7 and May 14, 12:15-1:15 p.m PDT
JST MDiv student, Elise Dubravec, is facilitating the Joan and Ralph Lane Center for Catholic Social Thought and the Ignatian Tradition of the University of San Francisco discussion series to explore the Jesuit Universal Apostolic Preferences in light of women’s experiences and voices. Each week, participants are welcome to join this virtual, lunchtime discussion to share their thoughts, opinions, and feelings about the UAP presented. Before the discussion, recommended reading material is provided for context and directing conversation. Participants are welcome to bring lunch or snacks!
 
Register HERE.

JST Events

Aug
4
Zoom GTU Library Orientation
8:30am
Aug
30
JST Orientation Week
All Day
Aug
31
JST Orientation Week
All Day
Sep
1
JST Orientation Week
All Day
Sep
2
JST Orientation Week
All Day
Sep
3
JST Orientation Week
All Day
Sep
10
Mass of the Holy Spirit and Welcome Back BBQ
5:15pm, Gesu Chapel

Mission Church at Night

SCU Events and Announcements

Gift of Peace Retreat (3 part zoom series)
- "Disturb our Peace" (Zoom): Saturday, April 24, 11:00am-12:30pm (PDT)
- "Give Us This Day" (Zoom): Saturday, May 8, 11:00am-12:30pm (PDT)
- "Gift of Peace" (Zoom): Saturday, May 22, 11:00am-12:30pm (PDT)
 
Join us for this Spring's Gift of Peace Retreat, which will be a three-part online series of retreats designed to contemplate the presence of peace in our lives. As we continue to engage with the reality and transitions of COVID in our lives, we are invited to reconnect with ourselves and our world in a new way. During this retreat series, we'll explore the theme of peace through an Ignatian lens, reflecting on our story and the larger story we are invited into at this time. We'll spend time considering matters of desire, hope, attachment, freedom and fear. Each retreat session will include a guided reflection, small and large group conversation and prayer. Should you have any questions, feel free to email, Victor Lemus (Campus Minister for Retreats) at: vlemus@scu.edu. Sign up here.
SCU in Quarantine: Our Pandemic Stories

The unfolding of the COVID-19 pandemic over the last 12 months has brought forth unprecedented challenges and extraordinary change, while also providing opportunities for remarkable achievements and periods of stillness and reflection. Submit your short stories—in text or audio form, or through original artwork—to this digital time capsule. They will be housed in perpetuity in University Archives so that future historians may better understand how we got through this time, together yet apart. Submit your story here.

tUrn week at SCU

Spring 2021 tUrn4 will be April 19-23. 

HEADLINERS + RESOURCES + PARTNERS + U = tUrn for climate change!

tUrn is designed as a dynamic interplay of transformative headliner events, resources grouped by themes to spark conversation and action, and partners near and far who are making it all happen +, most importantly, U! 

Contemplate, converse, and activate new behaviors and actions to make a u-turn for the planet and future generations.

For the headliner events, see  https://www.scu.edu/turn/headliners/

 

Apr
19
Water is Life (panel): Nigeria, Kenya and California
9:15 - 10:15 a.m. PDT, virtual streaming

Panel: Anthony Akpan, Pan-African Voices for Environment; Teresia Hinga, Founder, Circle of Concerned African Women Theologians; Iris Stewart-Frey, Environmental Scientist, Environmental Justice & the Common Good. Co-presented with SCU ENACT Students for Environmental Justice.

Apr
20
Ecological Spirituality: Reimagining Creation and Humanity's Place Within It
6:00 p.m. PDT, Hybrid event, Cole auditorium and zoom

Spiritual Life Community hosts Dr. Paul Schutz of the Religious Studies department for a conversation on an ecological spirituality. If you desire to attend this event in-person (very limited capacity), please register by copying and pasting the following link into your browser: bit.ly/31IRdc8.

Apr
22
Coded Bias Virtual Film Screening
6:00 p.m. PDT

When MIT Media Lab researcher Joy Buolamwini discovers that many facial recognition technologies misclassify women and darker-skinned faces, she delves into an investigation of widespread bias in algorithms. This film expands outward to touch on how technology based on biased data can harm people, particularly BIPOC, around the world.

Panelists:
Shalini Kantayya, Director of Coded Bias
Irina Raicu, Markkula Center for Applied Ethics
Ahmed Amer, School of Engineering
Colleen Chien, School of Law
Michele Samorani, School of Business

Apr
22
An Evening of Law and Climate Justice with SCU's Environmental Law Society
6:00 - 8:00 p.m. PDT, via zoom
Join ELS, tUrn and EJ&CGI for “An Evening of Law & Climate Justice” featuring a panel discussion on national environmental law issues followed by a panel led by members of Greenaction for Health and Environmental Justice to discuss local issues!
Apr
23
Agroecology, Food Justice and Food System Change at SCU
5:00-6:15 p.m. PDT, online

A presentation by the Environmental Justice and Common Good Initiative- Food and Climate Justice Program

Apr
24
Praying the Serenity Prayer Afternoon Retreat
1:30-4:30 p.m., PDT, online event

Fr. Andrew Rodriguez, S.J., from the Jesuit Retreat Center in Los Altos and Sarah Bonini, Alumni Association Assistant Director, will guide us through listening, meditation, journaling and discussion to achieve the grace of being able to better accept the things we cannot change, have the courage to change the things we can, and possess the wisdom to know the difference.

Apr
26
An Examen for pastoral ministers discerning the needs of young people
6:30 p.m. PDT online

Come and discern the needs of youth and young adults in a communal Examen prayer with Campus Ministers JC Santos and Victor Lemus.

Apr
28
The Opposite of Virtue: Why Companies Misbehave
12:00 p.m. PDT, livestream

Ann Skeet, senior director, leadership ethics, is joined by business ethics interns Isabella Draskovic ’21 and junior Jonathan Sampson to interview Kirk Hanson, senior fellow and former executive director at the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics about Hanson’s recent book, and the ethics of corporate misconduct.

Apr
28
Miah Jeffra: The Violence Almanac Reading
6:00 p.m. PDT, via zoom

We are excited to announce Miah Jeffra is releasing, The Violence Almanac. Join us for a reading of their work. You can pre-order the book here: https://blacklawrencepress.com/books/the-violence-almanac/. For more about Jeffra, visit their website here.

Apr
30
Pushing into the Blue
April 30 and May 1, 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. PDT, May 2, 2:00 - 3:30 p.m. PDT

Experience a new devised digital piece exploring the climate crisis written and performed by SCU students. 

May
13
Racial Justice in a Global Context
noon-1:00 p.m. PDT via zoom

As part of our 2020-21 Global Community Hour series, our Spring Quarter panel will explore Racial Justice in a Global Context.

May
13
The Ethics of Local Listening: Practicing Moral Theology as Accompaniment and Solidarity with Meghan Clarke, associate professor of moral theology at St. John's University in NY
5:00 p.m. PDT via zoom

Please join SCU's Graduate Program in Pastoral Ministries in understanding the ethics of local listening and how it impacts our call to accompaniment and solidarity. 

May
18
Workshop for SCU in Quarantine: Our Pandemic Stories
4:00 - 5:00 p.m. PDT
May
21
Workshop for SCU in Quarantine: Our Pandemic Stories
noon - 1:00 p.m. PDT

GTU News and Events

Sacred World Art Collection at the GTU
In 2014, the Institute for Aesthetic Development and F. Lanier Graham donated an extensive teaching collection of sacred objects to the Graduate Theological Union. This virtual exhibition features forty of the over 500 spiritual and ritual objects from the collection. https://www.gtu.edu/sacred-world/#welcome
Saturday Meditation

Meet weekly on Saturdays from noon - 1:15 p.m. PST for meditation led by GTU Ph.D. student, Stefan Waligur. It follows a format of chanting, prayer, silence and conversation (in large group and in break out rooms). All are welcome! 

Apr
19
Madrasa-Midrasha| Sacred Seasons: Spirituality in Ritual Practice
5:00 p.m. PDT online

Please join us for a special Madrasa-Midrasha event with Dr. Sam Shonkoff and Dr. Kamal Abu-Shamsieh as we reflect on the sacred seasons of Passover and Ramadhan. Their talks will explore the notion of Spirituality as it is incorporated in and developed through religious commemorations and practices.

Apr
20
Poetry at the Edge of Belief
4:00-5:00 p.m. PDT

For National Poetry Month, join poet-pastors Elizabeth Robinson and Nate Klug for a reading and discussion at the intersection of poetry and belief. They’ll share some work by poets they admire, and talk about how poetic innovation might foster spiritual discovery, and vice versa.

Apr
20
The Doctrine of Atonement and Extraterrestrial Life with Junghyung Kim, GTU graduate
5:00 p.m. PDT, on zoom

If extraterrestrial intelligent life (ETI) exists, one of the greatest challenges to Christian faith will concern the doctrine of atonement. In fact, there are diverse models of atonement in the history of Christian thought. It will be very interesting to see which models of atonement could survive the discovery of ETI, and which turn out to be too anthropocentric and geocentric to be tenable. This thought experiment on the premise of the future discovery of ETI will shed light on several uncritical prejudices underlying traditional Christian doctrines and help reconstruct a Christian theology of atonement for an age of science, even if the premise never turns out to be true. Please email Melissa Moritz, mmoritz@gtu.edu, to register and receive the Zoom link. 

Apr
21
LGBTQIA+ and Faith in Brazil with Revs. Arthur Cavalcante, Luiz Coelho, and Gustavo Gilson Oliveira. A CLGS Queer & Latinx Faith Conversation!
2:00 - 3:15 p.m. PDT via zoom

Join the CLGS Latinx Roundtable in a (tri-lingual) conversation with clergy persons from Brazil on the intersection of faith, religion and sexuality!

Apr
22
Conversations@cjs: Revelation and Contemporary Jewish Theology
noon PDT

Please join CJS for the final installment in our Spring "conversations@cjs" series on critical topics in the field of Jewish Studies. These online events will feature presentations from distinguished scholars along with facilitated dialogue and conversation.

This special event will feature Michael Fishbane (University of Chicago) in conversation with Sam Shonkoff (GTU).

Apr
22
Embodied Stories: Earth Day Celebration
12:45-1:45 p.m. PDT, zoom

To celebrate Earth Day, CARe is partnering with the GTU’s Women's Studies in Religion and the newly created Center for Climate Justice and Faith at the Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary to talk about climate justice and gender justice through the lens of the arts.

Apr
22
Borsch Rast Lecture: Dr. Devin Zuber
5:00 p.m. PDT via zoom

The Graduate Theological Union is pleased to announce that Dr. Devin Zuber, Associate Professor of American Studies, Religion, and Literature at the GTU, has been awarded the fourth annual Borsch-Rast Book Prize and Lectureship for his 2019 monograph, A Language of Things: Swedenborg and the American Environmental Imagination (University of Virginia Press). 

Dr. Zuber will be in conversation with Dr. Joan Richardson, Distinguished Professor of Comparative Literature, The Graduate Center, City University of New York and Dr. Timothy Morton, Rita Shea Guffey Professor of English, Rice University on April 22nd at 5:00pm. 

Apr
27
"'Clobber the Passages': Queer People and the Seven Deadly Biblical Verses" with Mel White
12:15 - 1:15 p.m. PDT, zoom

For centuries, evangelicals who read the Bible have literally misused seven verses to convince the world that homosexuality is a sin and that homosexuals are sinners. Those verses have forced many LGBTQ+ persons to live their lives under a cloud of shame and guilt.

In his recently-published book Clobber the Passages, Mel White doesn’t bother to explain the verses again. That’s been done a thousand times. Instead, he blows away that dark cloud by celebrating the truth learned from America’s leading mental and physical health professionals.

In this Lavender Lunch Mel White discusses Clobber the Passages and presents LGBTQ+ people in a healthy new light that banishes that dark cloud of guilt and shame that hangs over too many queer people’s lives.

Apr
29
Inaugural Lecture for the Taube Family Chair in Jewish Studies featuring Sam Shonkoff
12:00 p.m. PDT

Join us for the Inaugural Lecture for the Taube Family Chair in Jewish Studies given by Taube Family Assistant Professor of Jewish Studies Sam Shonkoff titled “Gender in Martin Buber’s Hasidic Tales.” The event will feature introductory words by GTU leadership and Tad Taube, founder and chairman of Taube Philanthropies, as well as a response by Dr. Judith Plaskow, professor emerita of religious studies at Manhattan College.

Apr
29
Zotero Workshop
3:00-4:00 PDT, online

Learn to use this free citation management software to organize your research. It integrates with Microsoft Office to create an alphabetized bibliography in your choice of style, including Turabian. Held online in Zoom. Zoom meeting ID 510-649-2501. No RSVP required, join anytime. Questions? Email Stephanie, the branch librarian.

Pre-assignment: download Zotero 5.0 & the browser connector. 

May
2
CLGS: Queer Jews: A Twentieth Anniversary Symposium in Memory of David Schneer
9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. PDT

20 year after the publication of the book "Queer Jews," the Center for LGBTQ and Gender Studies in Religion (CLGS) is hosting a symposium in honor of the role the book played in re-imagining the American and global Jewish worlds, and in memory of co-editor David Schneer’s many gifts and contributions to queer Jewish life.

May
11
CLGS Lavender Lunch: "Sexuality, Gender, and Power in Traditional IFÁ Religion and Its Diasporic Renditions" with Ọyasùúrù Ifáwárìnwa
12:15 - 1:15 p.m. PDT via zoom

In this Lavender Lunch Ọyasùúrù Ifáwárìnwa, an Iyanifa (an initiated IFA priest), discusses understandings of sexuality, gender, and play in Ifá, a Yoruba religion.  Drawing upon the ancient and vibrant proverbs, poems, and stories of the Ifá tradition, Ọyasùúrù Ifáwárìnwa will explore some of the ways in which gender, sexuality, and play interact in this ancient, rich, and living religious tradition.


Audience

Community Events and Resources

Solidarity Toward the Common Good: Women Engaging the Catholic Social Tradition
The Joan and Ralph Lane Center for Catholic Social Thought and the Ignatian Tradition is proud to present a series of events celebrating the forthcoming book, Solidarity Toward the Common Good: Women Engaging the Catholic Social Tradition. Through diverse experiences, identities, and disciplinary approaches, the authors explore both how women have shaped the Catholic Social Tradition (CST) and how their voices have also been marginalized in CST. Each event explores CST with critical attention to intersectionality, exploring gendered dimensions of labor, family, migration, racism, healthcare, and non-violence. This series is scheduled for five Tuesdays from 5:00 - 6:00 pm PST, starting April 6.
May 4: Womanist-splainin', Shawnee M. Daniels-Sykes and Diana Hayes
May 11: Women's Work: What Counts in CST?, Kathleen Maas Weigert and Margarita M. Rose
May 18: Women, Migration, and Domestic Work in CST, Erin Brigham, Catherine Punsalan-Manlimos, Kristin E. Heyer and Gemma Cruz. (this one only, 3:45 - 5:00 p.m. PST)
Apr
17
The Catholic Church and the Role of Women in Church Leadership
4:00 - 5:30 p.m. PDT

Presented by the Bishop John S. Cummins Institute for Catholic Thought, Culture and Action at Saint Mary's College of California, the panelists for this conversation (Bp. Michael Barber, Sr. Barbara Reid, OP, and Professor C. Vanessa White) will be joined by three SMC students, who will offer responses to the presentations. 

Apr
20
Film Screening: The Condor and the Eagle, Protectors of Sacred Places and Our Common Home
4:00 p.m. PDT

Catholic Climate Covenant feels blessed to host a screening and panel discussion of The Condor and the Eagle, a film highlighting how indigenous peoples and communities of color are protecting their peoples, and the air, land, waters, and beings upon which they depend and hold sacred, from profound threats. This event is inclusive, free to those who can't afford it. For all others, except for students who are not expected to donate, suggested donations on a sliding scale of $15-100 are requested in lieu of a flat ticket price. Your support will enable Sarah James to continue her life's mission in praise and protection of Creation.

Apr
20
Women Erased: Catholic Women, Feminism and a New Paradigm for Being Church with Sr. Sandra Schneiders
5:00 p.m. PDT via zoom

Sandra Schneiders, IHM will explore questions surrounding feminism’s role and efficacy in the Catholic Church today.

Where have Catholic feminism(s)  and Catholic feminists made inroads?  What more can be accomplished? 

Does feminism, in general, and religiously committed feminism make a positive contribution to the future of the human family and our universe, or is it destined to be suppressed or fade away, leaving the world still structured by patriarchy, torn by violence, divided between the have and have nots, and driven by individualism, greed, and hedonism?

Apr
21
Othering & Belonging Conference: Summit
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. PDT

Join the Othering & Belonging Institute of UC Berkeley for a groundbreaking day of connection and big ideas for building a world based on belonging, justice, and care—for our communities, for our living planet, and for our future.

Apr
21
Sacred Ground: A Message of Hope
11:00 a.m. PDT

Join Interfaith Power and Light for “Sacred Ground: A Message of Hope”, a webinar conversation with the award-winning filmmaker of Kiss the Ground, Josh Tickell, and Veronica Kyle, the Statewide Outreach Director of IPL affiliate Faith in Place. Veronica has been instrumental in supporting several successful “congregational supported agriculture” farms in the Chicago area serving food insecure neighborhoods. The film “Kiss the Ground” is about how regenerating the world’s soils has the potential to rapidly stabilize Earth’s climate, restore lost ecosystems, and create abundant food supplies. This film explains why transitioning to regenerative agriculture could be key in rehabilitating the planet, while simultaneously invigorating a new sense of hope and inspiration in viewers. The film is available for free viewing from April 16 - 25.

Apr
23
Care for Creation is our Soul Work
April 23-35, 4:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. PDT Live at San Damiano in Danville or zoom

As a celebration of Earth Day we will reflect upon how Laudato Si leads us to our soul work in the world.  Are there times you wish you were more connected to your life’s purpose?  Are you seeking the meaning of being alive in this challenging time?  What does it mean to follow Jesus today?

Anne and Terry Symens-Bucher are founders of Canticle Farm, an intentional community in Oakland, California experimenting at the intersection of faith, social justice, and Earth-based activism.  

Retreat both in house at San Damiano, 710 Highland Drive, Danville, and on zoom. Sliding scale fee.

May
2
Together in Unity: Cantare Con Vivo's Spring Virtual Concert
4:00 p.m. PDT via youtube
This year’s spring concert will feature the Chorale, Chamber Ensemble and Cantare Youth Singers in four all-new recordings, including “O Perfect Love” and “Sir Duke”, as well as favorite past performances. Highlights from Cantare's virtual classrooms will be shared and graduating high school seniors will be honored. JST staff members Paul Kircher and Mary Beth Lamb are performing. Subscribe to Cantare's YouTube channel or join their email list to receive the concert link as soon as it is available!

Calls for Papers, Grants and More

Call for Papers -- NEW!!

Theology and Pop Culture is currently seeking contributions for a potential edited volume of essays, Theology and Protest Music, to be published by Lexington Books/Fortress Academic (imprints of Rowman & Littlefield), on theology from various faiths connected with protest music of various popular genres.  Essays should be written for academics, but avoid jargon in order to be accessible for the layperson.  Women and people of color are particularly encouraged to contribute. This is an ecumenical and interreligious book series in which LGBTQ+ persons are affirmed and welcomed. Authors are invited from various fields, including theology, religious studies, ethnomusicology, anthropology, sociology, and critical media studies; and musicians are welcome contributors. Proposed abstracts are due by May 1, 2021. Details are available at https://popularcultureandtheology.com/2021/02/24/call-for-papers-theology-and-protest-music/

Part-Time Internship with Catholic Campaign for Human Development

The Diocese of Oakland's Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD) office is looking for someone to fill a CCHD Internship that entails 13-14 hours per week for the 2021-22 school year. The job description can be found at www.cchdeastbay.org. For questions about the internship, please contact the CCHD Diocesan Coordinator at (510) 768-3176 or mmckimmey@cceb.org. Apply by April 24, 2021.

Collaborative Liturgical Accompanist, part-time, St. Ignatius Church, San Francisco, CA

St Ignatius Parish is seeking a part-time Collaborative Liturgical Accompanist to be the primary liturgical accompanist for 3-4 weekend Masses, special liturgies (e.g. Holy Week and Christmas), weddings and funerals. The ideal candidate will be an accomplished instrumentalist (both piano and organ experience) and vocalist, with outstanding communication and organizational skills. Ultimately the CLA is a person who can work with musicians of all skill levels to produce an excellent liturgical outcome, a person able to build relationships and trust among all the musicians they encounter in a variety of situations.  

For more details, go to https://www.stignatiussf.org/post/job-opportunity-collaborative-liturgical-accompanist

Lucile Murray Durkin Scholarship for Women Discerning Priestly Ordination

Scholarship applications are open to women and non-binary persons enrolled or accepted into an undergraduate or graduate studies program, or relevant coursework. To be eligible the candidate must be enrolled or participate in at least one class or significant volunteer ministry of comparable scope that they believe would forward the discernment of their call to a life in ordained ministry.  This scholarship is primarily directed to women and non-binary people who wish to be ordained Catholic priests (including Ecumenical Catholic and Roman Catholic Women Priests). Secondarily it is open to those who are seeking priestly ordination in other denominations. Applications are accepted through April 29, 2021. For more information, see https://www.womensordination.org/programs/scholarship/

Call for Papers: Science, Faith and Religious Life

This special issue of Review for Religious will treat science, faith, and religious life. Manuscripts on any aspect of this topic will be considered. Of particular interest are essays that treat the challenges of religious education in an age of
science. How, for instance, can we meet the challenges in evangelizing those who seem indifferent to the great questions about the meaning of life and assume that contemporary science alone is sufficient? All submissions must be received by June 15, 2021. For more information, see http://www.reviewforreligious.com/callforpapers/

Call for Papers, Conference for the Society for the Phenomenology of Religious Experience

The conference, "In the Shadows of Religious Experience: Hostility, Violence, Revenge," a webinar hosted by the University of Vienna, will take place online Oct. 6-8, 2021. Please submit papers of no more than 600 words, formatted for anonymous review, before July 10, 2021. Enclose your biographic information in the body of the email. Send the paper to vienna2021@sophere.org. You should receive a response acknowledging your submission. Notifications of acceptance will be emailed by July 20, 2021. For more information on the webinar, click here

Congratulations to Ablam Atsikin, S.J. at his dissertation defense, April 16. Screenshot by Mey Saechao.

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