Modern Science and the Catholic Faith
Padua Academy, 905 N. Broom Street, Wilmington, DE 19806
Start Date and Time:
Sat., Feb. 18; 8:00 am
End Date and Time
Sat., Feb. 18; 4:00 pm
The McGrath Institute of Church Life at Notre Dame and host school Padua Academy will be providing a free daylong professional seminar on Saturday, March 18.
This seminar, titled Modern Science and the Catholic Faith, will be exploring the relationship between science and religion and effective strategies for teaching and integrating their compatibility into any high school level classroom. High School teachers, administrators, priests and religious education teachers in surrounding parishes, and CCD teachers are all encouraged to attend. Featured speakers include University of Delaware professor Stephen Barr (member of the Bartol Research Institute and President of the Society of Catholic Scientists), Dr. Christopher Baglow (professor of Theology at Notre Dame Seminary) and Heather Camm, teacher of Chemistry and Science Ethics at Padua Academy.
The seminar will be held at Padua Academy on Saturday, March 18 from
8:00 am to 4:00 pm and include two keynote presentations and several workshops from which to choose. Lunch will be provided. There is no cost if attendees register by February 28. After that date, the cost is $30 per person.
For more information please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call
860-346-6659 ext. 109.
To register to attend, you can click here. You can also go to the Padua Academy website at http://www.paduaacademy.org/padua-to-host-science-and-religion-teacher-seminar-march-18-2017/
or visit the Notre Dame site at icl.nd.edu/Institute-Days.
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