Keynote Speaker: Professor Gina Wolfe
Lecture held at Catholic Theological Union
Friday, June 20, 2014
Professor Gina Wolfe spoke on “Finding Common Ground in Catholic Moral Theology.” The presentation focused on how the work of the next generation of moral theologians pushes us beyond the divide that has existed in contemporary moral theology. Professor Wolfe is Associate Professor of Catholic Theological Ethics at Catholic Theological Union in Chicago, Illinois. She is also a Senior Wicklander Fellow, Institute for Business and Professional Ethics at DePaul University. She was Christopher Chair in Business Ethics in the Brennan School of Business Dominican University, Illinois. Prior to that, she was Associate Professor of Theology at Saint John’s University Collegeville, Minnesota. Wolfe has worked in the fields of market research and economic research and forecasting and was on the editorial staff of The Tablet, based in London, England. She is co-editor of Ethics and World Religions: Cross-cultural Case Studies. She was editor of the Society for Business Ethics Newsletter and Executive Director of the Society of Christian Ethics.
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