Current Theme: Reconciling Differences

Reconciling Differences
Reconciliation by Josephine de Vasconcellos, Coventry Cathedral, Coventry, England. Photo by Julian Worker.
The perennial brokenness of the human condition calls us to the healing work of reconciliation. Through its programming, the Gerber Institute seeks to answer this call by fostering dialogue on selected issues of public concern that are marked by divisiveness and conflict.


SHUT OUT HUMAN TRAFFICKING and raise awareness in our community.   Upcoming events: Two viewings of the movie “Sold” which follows a young woman who risks everything for freedom after being trafficking from her mountain village in Nepal to a brothel in India. Lunch and Learn: Monday, January 30th @ 11:50am in the Roths Alumni […]

Shut Out Human Trafficking Week April 11-16, 2016

Sean Forrest comes to Newman University

Sean Forrest comes to Newman University In “From Hero to Zero,” Forrest recounts how God led him from a life lived for fame and fortune to a life centered on the Lord and mission work with the poorest of the poor. Forrest speaks on campus at 7 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 26, in the Performance Hall […]

Gerber Institute welcomes Richard Lapchick for Nov. 10 lecture

Renowned expert and author on hunger David Beckmann to speak at Newman University Oct. 6