EC Webinars

On the third Thursday of every month, S. Cj hosts a Zoom webinar on environmental issues facing us today.
The Zoom sessions are free but we do ask that you register. See our event page to register. 

“Ecospirituality through the Eyes of an Artist” – Part II

In these presentations, Imogene Drummond will share how her growing awareness of our integral connection with the Universe influenced the development of her art in diverse media, including film, video installation, and an educational program that combines Self-worth, Creativity, and the Cosmos.

“Ecospirituality through the Eyes of an Artist” – Part I

In these presentations, Imogene Drummond will share how her growing awareness of our integral connection with the Universe influenced the development of her art in diverse media, including film, video installation, and an educational program that combines Self-worth, Creativity, and the Cosmos.

More than 100 sisters and associates from the 14 congregations in the Sisters of Charity Federation in the United States and Canada gathered for “Boundless Charity Embraces Earth: The Company of Charity and the Laudato Si’ Action Platform.”

Sister Colette Kane, OP, the director of An Tairseach will take us on a tour of their organic farm and share the numerous ways they are a model of sustainability and how they share their expertise through their website and programs extending from a single day to a 10-week Sabbatical.

 

Presenter: Dr. Kathleen Downey, MD (Kathleen is a recently retired Associate Clinical Professor of Clinical and Community Medicine at the University of Cincinnati. In addition to her work at UC, she has also practiced in Alaska, on the Navaho Reservation, in New Zealand, Guatemala, and the Dominica Republic.)

“Plastic Pollution Prevention: From the Ohio River to Your Home”

Presenter: Susan Vogt (Susan is a national speaker and writer on environmental sustainability and local coordinator of the Pachamama Alliance Symposiums)

Elizabeth Ann Seton – Global Woman

S. Cj gives a presentation on Elizabeth Ann Seton

Living in our Bioregions – how the environmental conditions of our bioregion may help us to live responsibly as members of our local and natural communities. Presenter: Sister Gertie Jocksch, SC (Halifax)