Current FLC Sessions

Justice and Peacebuilding are at the Heart of What CRS Does.


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CRS University, the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies at the University of Notre Dame and the Catholic Peacebuilding Network have forged a dynamic partnership this fall to develop a comprehensive selection of academically rigorous course modules for the CRS Faculty Learning Commons program.

At the heart of the social mission of the Catholic Church is a call to work for justice and peace. Cultivating just and peaceful societies is part of our CRS mission t and an essential component of integral human development. Through our FLC sessions, CRS will provide compelling case studies of its cutting edge work in the peacebuilding sector from South Sudan, Columbia and the Philippines.

In 2015 in Quito, Ecuador CRS held a major global summit to begin a process to strategically enhance and scale efforts to integrate peacebuilding across ALL areas of our work.  Watch highlights from this summit here.

We will draw on the rich academic expertise through our partnership with Kroc Institute for Peace Studies and the Catholic Peacebuilding Network, who are globally recognized thought leaders in peacebuilding to: 

Examine how the Catholic community, one of the world’s largest and most influential religious actors, place its rich intellectual and spiritual tradition, enormous institutional capacity and people power at the service of peace. Through four distinct online modules we will introduce students to:

  • An overview of Catholic peacebuilding
  • The Church’s role in peace processes
  • Transitional justice and reconciliation
  • Interreligious peacebuilding


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Fall 2016/Spring 2017 FLC Sessions (Faculty Only)