Upcoming Events

2013-2014 Upcoming Events

Spring Lecture Series: The Legacy of the Jesuits in Spirituality, Art, Science, Theology and History

On the occasion of the 100th Anniversary, 1914 - 2014, of the first mass at the current Saint Ignatius Church in San Francisco and the 200th Anniversary of the restoration of the Society of Jesus after it had been suppressed in the eighteenth century, a special 12 part lecture series is being offered by St. Ignatius Parish and the University of San Francisco.  This series is free and open to the public.

Wednesday Evenings    7:30PM - 9:00PM
Accolti Room, Fromm Hall, University of San Francisco 
(Fromm Hall is located @ Parker Ave. & Golden Gate Ave. 
To access the  Accolti Room use the Northeast entrance of Fromm Hall)

January 29: Living the Mission: What is Social Justice?  

McLaren 252, 12pm
Moderator: Tim Iglesias, Professor, School of Law
Panelists: 
Aouie Rubio, Director of Operations for Online Education
Manuel Vargas, Professor of Philosophy, College of Arts & Sciences
John Trasvina, Dean, School of Law

March 26: Living the Mission: Interfaith Inclusion

McLaren 252, 12pm
Moderator: Shabnam Koirala, Associate Professor, International & Multicultural Education, School of Education
Panelists:
Jeff Paris, Associate Professor of Philosophy
Aparna Venkatesan, Associate Professor of Physics & Astronomy
Aysha Hidayatullah, Associate Professor, Asian Studies, Middle Eastern Studies, and Theology


Please email us at missioncouncil@usfca.edu or contact Katie DeChants at 415-422-2761 or kpdechants2@usfca.edu with questions.