Conscience at Work
THIS ISSUE of C21 Resources, with guest editor Mike Sacco, explores the role of conscience in emerging adulthood in today's postmodern culture. This issue continues the conversation of the previous C21 Resources, again proposing that there is a rich resource in our Catholic tradition of conscience. Images on the cover include: Upper left: Professor Kerry Cronin teaching Perspectives. Upper right: Father Tony Penna at the Mass of the Holy Spirit. Bottom left: BC Students on a service trip. Bottom right: The BC Memorial Labyrinth on Burns Library Lawn.
We are grateful for the thoughtful guidance of guest editor Mike Sacco. Please share this magazine with family, friends, students, colleagues, and fellow parishioners. We are happy to fulfill requests for additional copies. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Mike Sacco is the executive director of the Center for Student Formation and Office of First Year Experience at Boston College. He has held positions within the areas of both Student Affairs and University Mission & Ministry at Boston College and the University of Notre Dame. Sacco began his career at BC in 1995 and considers himself fortunate to have accompanied many students through their formative years.
C21 Resources Fall 2016
THIS ISSUE of C21 Resources, with guest editor Kristin Heyer, draws upon this rich tradition of Catholic morality, urging that our decisions be guided by our faith community and by the voice of conscience within our hearts. To be “in good conscience,” we need to listen to both!
Conscience at Work
We are grateful for the thoughtful guidance of guest editor Kristin E. Heyer. Please share this magazine with family, friends, students, colleagues, and fellow parishioners. We are happy to fulfill requests for additional copies. Please send an email to email@example.com
KRISTIN E. HEYER is the guest editor of this issue of C21 Resources. Kristin is a professor of theology at Boston College. She received her B.A. from Brown University and her Ph.D. in theological ethics from Boston College in 2003. She taught at Loyola Marymount University and Santa Clara University prior to returning to Boston College in 2015. She serves as co-chair of the planning committee for Catholic Theological Ethics in the World Church and an editor for Georgetown University Press’ Moral Traditions series.
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