Upcoming Events

Reckoning with Dangerous Memories in the History of U.S. Catholic Women’s Religious Life


This presentation will overview the mostly unreconciled histories of slavery and segregation in U.S. women’s religious life as well as some notable attempts to make reparation for the enduring sin of anti-Black racism and exclusion within Catholic boundaries. Participants will also individually and collectively imagine what Catholic reparation for slavery and segregation should look like […]

For Love of the Broken Body

    Book Event
210 BC

Sister Chioma Ahanihu, Director of the Center for the Study of Consecrated Life, will join Sister Julia Walsh in conversation to discuss themes in Sister Julia Walsh's forthcoming spiritual memoir, For Love of the Broken Body. Possible topics include discernment and adjustment to religious life, integration into community life, the evangelical counsels, and the complexities of publicly committing […]

CSCL Spring 2024 Symposium

    Meeting/Conference | Liturgy/Prayer Service
Online & In-Person

"Moving Along the Arc: Women and Men Religious as Agents of Reconciliation and Transformative Action Towards a More Racially Just Church and World" Together with The National Black Sisters’ Conference (NBSC), the Center for the Study of Consecrated Life (CSCL) at CTU continues the conversation about the role of consecrated religious women and men play […]