How do workplace cultures elevate some people over others? What is the environmental impact of airplane travel? How can art represent injustice? Catholic Social Tradition (CST) invites us to ask questions like these. CST is a living tradition that started with the Gospels and includes two thousand years of people responding to the example and teaching of Christ. Students in this interdisciplinary minor will learn about the foundational concepts and texts of the CST and how they connect to justice in our world today.
Stop by Geddes Hall on February 28 or March 21 at noon to learn more about the minor and meet people in the program.