“A deliberate dialogue is the middle ground between a debate and an open discussion … it is an opportunity for people from many different backgrounds to learn and hear multiple perspectives on a controversial topic.”
The Center for Faith and Vocation and Butler Dining are collaborating with student religious groups to provide traditional meals in honor of spring holidays.
With important religious holidays coming up for many groups on campus, navigating these services during covid has been difficult.
The art of meditation is spreading throughout campus, gaining popularity with students and faculty alike.
Several rooms in Jordan Hall opened up after College of Education moved to South Campus. This new space now allows students to pray and meditate.
The women-only Christian organization works to set itself apart from other groups on campus.
Three weeks later, chalking about abortion has left an indelible mark on Butler University’s communal conscience. The event prompted the Center for Faith and Vocation to host a public forum for people to discuss the chalking and civil debate in general. The CFV’s event, “Big Questions: Respecting Differences,” marks what could be a significant shift…
Although Sister Helen Prejean, a Roman Catholic Sister in the Congregation of St. Joseph order is coming to Butler University next week to discuss of capital punishment, her talk, is about much more: answering a call to act in the world. Inspired by her impoverished home state of Louisiana, Prejean wanted to make a difference…