Canada’s St. Paul’s University hosts April Conference on “A Wounded Church”

April 24, 2021

Starting on April 28 and up until May 1, 2021 The Centre for Safeguarding Minors and Vulnerable Persons at St. Paul University in Ottawa will be sponsoring an online and bilingual conference focusing on the wounds left behind by cases of sexual abuse within the Catholic Church.

“For more than thirty years, the Catholic Church has been going through a crisis that has caused deep wounds and painfully torn the fabric of the Church. The sexual abuse of thousands of children in the heart of the Church is an unbearable suffering and an immense scandal. The Centre for Safeguarding Minors and Vulnerable Persons at Saint Paul University in Ottawa is organizing a three-day conference in which international witnesses and experts who have lived through this crisis will share their experiences and findings. This is a unique opportunity offered to listen, understand and explore new paths of reconstruction and hope.”

Dr. Massimo Faggioli is full professor in the Department of Theology and Religious Studies at Villanova University (Philadelphia). His books and articles have been published in more than ten languages. He is columnist for the magazines Commonweal and La Croix International. His most recent publications include the books: The Rising Laity. Ecclesial Movements since Vatican II (Paulist, 2016); Catholicism and Citizenship: Political Cultures of the Church in the Twenty-First Century (Liturgical, 2017); The Liminal Papacy of Pope Francis. Moving Toward Global Catholicity (Orbis, 2020). He is co-editing with Catherine Clifford The Oxford Handbook of Vatican II (Oxford UP, 2021).

To consult the full schedule events, click here. The cost of attendance is 100$. Register for this global conference now!

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