Saint Francis' Legacy of Peace for Our Times
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We are living in complex times and contexts that affect our perception of many areas of life, from security, politics, economics, ecology to ecclesiology. The search for solutions in the spiritual and intellectual Franciscan tradition has accompanied European history for almost 800 years. The conference aims to recall the impulses from Franciscan sources and to contextualize them in the problems of today's globalized world. The conference is sponsored by the St. Francis Ways Project. In addition to physical journeys (camino), the project team try to find inspiration in the figure of St. Francis of Assisi virtually, through encounters of people whom Francis inspires to understand the good and beautiful human life. The planned conference is based on the conviction that the physical and virtual ways to St. Francis lead to a meaningful goal.
December 13, 2022
The specific online platform and access will be sent to participants.
Papers on the following topics/areas are welcome:
Franciscan quest for peace
Francis and the encounter with suffering
Philosophical inspirations of the Franciscan tradition
The Franciscan tradition and art
Francis as an inspiration for ecclesiology (the field hospital church)
Papers on related topics will also be considered.
Deadline for abstracts:
October, 31, 2022
Abstracts for Papers must clearly articulate the significance of the work, and show evidence of clear results. Preliminary reports on work in progress will not be considered.
Abstracts Submission Details
All abstracts to be submitted via email: [email protected]
Abstracts must be submitted in English.
Abstracts must not exceed 1500 characters.
There is no fee for submitting an abstract.
• Abstracts should not contain any tables or figures. The use of abbreviations and acronyms should be kept to a minimum.
Authors will be informed about acceptance of their abstracts until November 15, 2022.
Honorary Chair of the Conference: Mons. Paolo Giulietti (Archbishop of Lucca, Italy)
Conference Manager: Raffaella Rossi (Saint Francis Ways, Terni, Italy)
Research Executive: Jan Hrkut (Catholic University, Ruzomberok, Slovakia)