TO: Department Benefit Representatives (DBRs)
FROM: John Berberet, ASAP Coordinator, Human Resources
RE: Pathways to Healing for Tuesday, September 16, 2014, Noon to 1:00 pm
Staff, faculty and students are invited to attend. To see the flier for all September events, click on title below.
The Academic and Staff Assistance Program is offering a special speakers series this fall titled Pathways to Healing: Recovering from the IV Tragedy. This lunch time speaker series will explore a range of healing processes and provide information to help answer your questions. Please join us as we bring to campus experts in disaster and trauma, local therapists, clergy members, teachers of meditative practices and several of our own faculty and staff to offer a variety of perspectives on healing. To see the flyer for this event click on the link below.
Date, Time & Venue
Sept 16, 2014
Santa Barbara Harbor Room
After the IV tragedy this past May, students, staff and faculty have asked pastors,
rabbis and counselors about the question of evil, specifically, "was Elliot Rodger evil?"
Fr. John Love, Pastor of St. Mark's University Parish in Isla Vista, will address this
question by drawing from his personal interactions with the Rodger family immediately
after the violence and his years of pastoral experience. Fr. John received a doctorate in
spiritual and moral formation from the Catholic University of America. His academic
interests center on the intersection between medicine, religion and philosophy.
Rev. John W. Love, D.Min
St Mark’s Catholic University Parish in Isla Vista