Lumen et Vita Sustained by Hope: The Place and

Keynote Speaker:
Elizabeth Johnson, C.S.J.
10:00am Robsham Theater
Lumen et Vita
with the Boston College School of Theology and Ministry
presents a graduate student conference:
Sustained by Hope: The Place
and Significance of Christian
Hope in the World
Saturday, January 31, 2015
10:00am: Keynote Speaker, Elizabeth Johnson, C.S.J.
Graduate Student Response, Susan Reynolds
Graduate Student Presentations
4:15pm: Panel Discussion, What makes Christian Hope Distinctive?
Featuring: Richard Lennan, Nancy Pineda-Madrid,
Rose Miola, and Marcel Uwineza
The deadline for registration is January 21 .
Lunch will be provided for those who register. Please register for the conference
by visiting:
Elizabeth Johnson, C.S.J., is
Distinguished Professor of
Theology at Fordham
University. Since receiving
her Ph.D. in theology from
Catholic University of
America, she has received
fourteen honorary degrees.
Johnson is a former
president of the Catholic Theological Society of
America and received the organization's
prestigious John Courtney Murray Award in 2004.
She has authored or edited eight books on topics
ranging from feminist theology to her most recent
work on theology and evolution: Ask the Beasts:
Darwin and the God of Love (2014).
Panel Discussion
4:15pm STM
What Makes Christian Hope Distinctive?
What Makes it Credible in the Church and in the
Rose Miola, M.T.S. ‘15
Marcel Uwineza, S.J., S.T.L. ‘15
Dr. Richard Lennan
Dr. Nancy Pineda-Madrid