"Shared Vision," the University's popular video-and-discussion series, will offer two servings of Jesuit history over lunch this March.
The video's part two, "Shared Vision: Transformation" will look at how the Ignatian vision was transformed by the new cultures and new areas of knowledge it encountered and the new partnerships it formed as it spread around the globe. It will be presented Wednesday, March 2, and reservations are required by Monday, Feb. 28.
The third and final segment, "Shared Vision: Transitions," will consider the transitions the Ignatian vision encountered as it became part of American culture and the modern era. It will be presented Wednesday, March 16.
Both programs will be held from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. in the Campus Ministry Center, Wuller Hall.
Participants are invited to watch the video as they enjoy lunch, then discuss the film's major points and their application to University life today.
Reservations are required. To register, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your name, department and the dates of the program you plan to attend, and note on the subject line, "SV Registration."
For more information, call Judi Buncher at 314-977-7065