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INSeCT Lectures on October 12: Decolonizing Theologies, Decolonizing the World

09/30/2022 7:34 AM | Francis X Clooney, SJ (Administrator)

Good morning. Maddison Reddie-Clifford, Executive Secretary of INSeCT, has asked us CTSA members to take note of two important lectures on October 12. See below information on the October 12 lectures and how to register. The October 12 lectures are explained in more detail at the link Maddison gives, as is the whole series. I told Maddison, and INSeCT President Ruben (Sonny) Mendoza, that we would all take note of this series - any maybe even attend by Zoom, despite the difficult spread of time zones (eg, the lectures will be at 3am Boston time!)

The CTSA of the future will thrive all the more insofar as we engage in real and regular conversation with our colleagues in all parts of the world, so let us pray and think with INSeCT as this series proceeds.

Frank Clooney, SJ (CTSA President)

The International Network of Societies for Catholic Theology (INSeCT)

cordially invites you 

to its online lecture series

with the theme,

“Decolonizing Theologies, Decolonizing the World.”

The lectures will be held on 12 October 2022, Wednesday, 0700 GMT/UTC (0900CEST Germany / 0800WAT Nigeria  / 1230IST India / 1500PHST Manila / 1800AEDT Melbourne / 0000PDT LA / 0300EDT NYC / 0400BRT Rio de Janeiro).  

Kindly register in advance for the webinar:

Sincerely, Maddison Clifford, INSeCT Executive Secretary


  • 10/06/2022 10:12 PM | Margaret Mary Moore
    I registered and now my question is: will you be sending a zoom link in a few days? I look forward to joining you for this event. Many thanks for the invitation!
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