8.45    Arrival 

9.15    Welcome by the Rector 

9.30    Work in the Reform Tradition Compared with the Catholic Tradition. An Historical Analysis
Prof. Brad S. Gregory, University of Notre Dame, Indiana 

10.30  Work, the Person and the Common Good. An Anthropological-Ethical Comparison between Marxist Materialism and Christian Humanism
Prof. Benedetta Giovanola, Università di Macerata 

11.15  Break 

11.45  Work, Creation, and Redemption. A Theological Analysis
Prof. Santiago Sanz Sánchez, Pontificia Università della Santa Croce 


15.00  Papers 

17.00  Round Table Philosophy and Theology of Work: Competing Concepts of Work as Vocation in the Thought Inspired by the Reformation and the Thought Inspired by the Tradition of the Catholic Church
Prof. Brad S. Gregory, University of Notre Dame, Indiana
           Prof. Jens Zimmermann, Trinity Western University, Vancouver
           Moderator: Prof. María Pía Chirinos, Universidad de Piura 




9.30    The Christian Understanding of Professional Work. An Anthropological Approach
Prof. Ana Marta González, Universidad de Navarra 

10.30  Work in Contemporary Economics. An Ethical Approach
Lord Brian Griffiths of Fforestfach, House of Lords, Goldman Sachs International, London
           On. Prof. Maria Chiara Carrozza, Camera dei Deputati and Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Pisa

11.15  Break 

11.45  The Sanctification of Professional Work and its Social Dimension
Prof. Javier López Díaz, Pontificia Università della Santa Croce 


15.00  Papers 

17.00 Round Table
          Economics and Work: The Future of Work and the Dignity of the Worker

          Prof. Martin Schlag, University of St. Thomas, Minnesota
          Eng. Stefano Antonio Donnarumma, CEO Acea SpA
          Eng. Gianni Vittorio Armani, President and CEO Anas SpA
          Moderator: Dr. Marta Rocchi, Research Centre MCE

Rome, October 13, 2017


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