9:00 am - Coffee and Pastries, DSPT Galleria
9:20 - Fr. Peter Opening Prayer and Welcome
9:30 - Session 1 - DSPT Fellows Presentations
Anthony Annett worked with the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace and the Pontifical Academies of Sciences/Social Sciences and co-authored “Business Perspectives on Laudato Si’” with Carolyn Woo. He helped manage “Ethics in Action for Integral and Sustainable Development”, bringing together religious leaders, economists, developers, philosophers, leaders in business, labor law and civil society to address the world’s leading challenges.
Laudato Si’: The Broader Context in Early Environmentalism and Eastern Orthodox Thought – Gabriel Meyer
Gabriel Meyer is an award-winning novelist, poet and journalist. He has covered highly charged political events around the world for over 30 years. His focus has always been on the plight of marginalized groups. He has reported on Christian communities in the Middle East, war orphans in Bosnia and civil war in central Sudan. He is the Executive Director of the Southern California Ecumenical Council and as a Greek-Catholic, he serves as a Cantor in his parish.
10:50 - Break
11:15 - Session 2 - DSPT Faculty perspectives, moderated by Justin Gable, OP
12:15 pm - Lunch - will be provided
1:15 - Session 3 – Political Perspectives - How Laudato Si' has been received in the US
2:15 - Break
2:30 - Q&A
3:15 - Light Reception
4:00 - End