A dialogue among educators and physicians organized by TeachCollab with Francesco BOIN, rheumatologist, Director of the Scleroderma Clinic, UCSF Medical Center, San Francisco; Peter STOKMAN, cardiologist, Minneapolis Heart Institute, Crosby; Changsheng ZHANG MD, Joint PhD candidate, research fellow at Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston. and Carolina BRITO (moderator), Dean of Curriculum and Instruction, Cristo Rey High School, Boston.
A discussion organized by Crossroads on “Inside Out” with Peter FIELDS, freshman at City College of New York, Naomi GENUARD, mother; Margaret LARACY, psychologist; and Sal PETROSINO (moderator), Director of the Film, Video and Animation Department, School of Visual Arts.
A conversation organized with Salone del Mobile.Milano, the most famous international furniture trade show, with James BIBER, architect; Dario SNAIDERO, President Snaidero USA; and Roberto SNAIDERO, Chairman of Salone del Mobile.Milano.
A presentation by AVSI-USA with John Waters, journalist.
“On the peripheries of existence”-- these are words Pope Francis frequently uses to describe some of the poorest areas of our world, communities where misery, conflicts and starvation are so overwhelming that they seem to call into question the very dignity of those among us that suffer the most. Join AVSI-USA and acclaimed Irish journalist John Waters as they discuss what lies at the heart of poverty and how, even in the most difficult situations, the AVSI Foundation has been able to generate lasting hope and human flourishing."
A presentation by the Italian woodwork federation, Federlegno Arredo, with Paolo Palamara, architect, real estate developer and builder, and Roberto Snaidero, President of Federlegno Arredo, moderated by Antonio Quaglio, senior editor for II Sole 24 Ore.
In Anna Karenina, one views the complexity of life through the lens of three marriages. Set in a society plagued by corruption yet valuing what the ideal and stability of family provides, Anna Karenina is the story of three women who seek love and meaning in their lives. It is in this place, between the idealized vision of what a person wants and imagines will lead to happiness and the reality of what a person actually has, that the true person emerges.
Will You Be My Life's Companion? The Lived Experience of Marriage in Light of Karol Wojtyla's The Jeweler's Shop
The Jeweler’s Shop was completed in 1960 while Karol Wojtyła (who became Pope John Paul II) was Bishop in Poland. This play is a meditation on the love between spouses understood as a visible presence of God’s love in and for the world. Learn more >