Sunday, April 7
9:00 – 10:15 am
St. Sebastian Multipurpose Room
Join us for this presentation hosted by St. Sebastian Human Concerns and Faith Formation Committees. We will explore and discuss how human dignity is the foundation of Catholic Social Teaching and our work for justice. All are welcome!
- What are the elements of Catholic social teaching?
- How do we know who we are?
- Do our actions reflect our faith?
Our moderator, Debra Schneider, has been involved with Catholics for Peace and Justice since 2005 and serves as Treasurer. She provides advocacy and justice education at St. James Parish, is a member of the CPJ Education committee, teaches ecology and society at Carroll University and speaks frequently on Catholic Social Teaching. Debra co-led the youth jobs campaign for Common Ground, is a member of SOPHIA and is on the boards of Waukesha County Green Team and the Center for New Creation. Her joy is family, community, permaculture/gardening and everything outdoors. She has a BBA in Marketing from
UW Whitewater and a Masters in theology/ethics from Marquette University.