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February 5:  Violence in Scripture and Violence in American Culture

February 12:  Bullying & Suicide and Domestic Violence & Sexual Abuse

February 19:  Transmission of Violence in Families, Peer Groups, & Communities and Gun Violence as a Public Health Concern

February 26:  The Nature of Evil and Reconciliation & Forgiveness


The Department of Psychiatry at Washington University School of Medicine and the Episcopal Diocese of Missouri have developed this ecumenical program to educate interested
people on the prevention of violence and the care of victims in our community.

The presenters are Dr. Barry Hong, Professor of Psychiatry at Washington University and Rev. Marc Smith, Ph.D., who has studied in-depth the role of faith communities in violence prevention.

They have successfully presented the program to a growing number of local organizations and religious communities. Their approach is practical, evidence-based, and pastoral.

Aquinas Institute is pleased to offer this program free of charge to all. To reserve a place, click here or call 314.256.8804. Co-sponsored by the Incarnate Word Foundation.