GMU’s certificate program in Creation Spirituality and Environmental Justice is based on Laudato Si. Students who complete the CSEJ Certificate program will be awarded a credit of $1275 to use toward the tuition of a Master or Doctorate Degree Program.
Please see the full description and tuition information on the complete CSEJ Program here.
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Season of Creation Free Seminar
GMU sponsored a free online seminar on October 4, at 4 pm (PDT) 7 pm (EDT), the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of ecology, for students, graduates, and all interested parties.
We discussed the role of ecology in building peace in the Middle East. Len Schreibstein of Temple Emanu-El, San Jose CA was our guest speaker and discussed his temple’s sponsorship of “EcoPeace Middle East” and how it exemplifies interfaith and intercultural cooperation to address ecological concerns.
We also discussed the upcoming UN Climate Change Conference, COP26, and the role of religious leaders in addressing the climate crisis.
You can read about interfaith efforts in the pdf from EcoPeace Middle East.
GMU invites you to learn more about the Season of Creation
And the Laudato Si Movement.