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Are you all caught up with our podcast, Faith AEffects??
Bernie and Mark, a historical theologian and a pastoral theologian, riff and banter about faith and life as they interview a colourful cast of thinkers and doers on what they're, well ... thinking and doing, and why it matters! Click the link in our bio to listen.
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CS Lewis, in his well-know essay "Men Without Chests", condemned a society that fabricated men and women without passion and understood that the passions are essential to reconnecting virtue. #CSLewis#MenWithoutChests#ThomisticInstitute
One of the biggest compliments received was a woman who told me she appreciated how I presented myself...there are tons of #women who tell you "all i did was work hard and you can too to succeed!" She appreciated that I was honest and talked about the losses more than the wins and what I did with those.
The lesson: Everything wasn't/isn't all glitter and cotton candy. Things haven't always worked out in my favor. In fact, some things have been flat out fd up.
However... I choose to use my infinite potential (Jeru the Damaja) to flip them into wins and bring awareness to these challenges, because there are plenty of #BlackWomen , #BlackGirls , other #WomenOfColor , and #marginalized people who have experienced the same. They may not have the ability or platform to bring awareness to it like others do...what good is your talents if you don't use them to help make it easier for others coming along behind you??
Have you been to The Club & Guest House at UC Santa Barbara? Join the University Club and you can enjoy reciprocal privileges with clubs belonging to the Association of College and University Clubs, which includes this architectural beauty in Santa Barbara. @theclub_at_ucsb
Aquinas quoting Ambrose, Augustine, Gregory and Cicero on the connection of the virtues... #ThomsticInstitute
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Catherine Drennan says nothing in her job thrills her more than the process of discovery. But Drennan, a professor of biology and chemistry, is not referring to her landmark research on protein structures that could play a major role in reducing the world’s waste carbons. “Really the most exciting thing for me is watching my students ask good questions, problem-solve, and then do something spectacular with what they’ve learned,” she says.
For Drennan, research and teaching are complementary passions, both flowing from a deep sense of “moral responsibility.” Everyone, she says, “should do something, based on their skill set, to make some kind of contribution.” Read about how Drennan is catalyzing new approaches in research and education to meet the climate challenge in the latest issue of Energy Futures magazine. Link in bio. 📷: James Kegley