” Dignity and vocation of woman”
on occasion 100 anniversary of birth of pope John Paul II.
The conference will be held on 2nd of October 2020
at Aula Magna,
Vytautas Magnus University, Gimnazijos str. 7, Kaunas
“Progress usually tends to be measured according to the criteria of science and technology. Nor from this point of view has the contribution of women been negligible. Even so, this is not the only measure of progress, nor in fact is it the principal one. Much more important is the social and ethical dimension, which deals with human relations and spiritual values. In this area, which often develops in an inconspicuous way beginning with the daily relationships between people, especially within the family, society certainly owes much to the “genius of women”.
Letter of Pope John Paul II to Women, 1995
The goal of the Conference is a concern “with a broader vision of the situation and problems of women in general, in an attempt to promote the cause of women in the Church and in today’s world” (JPII, Letter to Woman)
THE CONFERENCE INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING AREAS:
- “The unity of the two”;
- “God entrusts the human being to her [woman] in a special way”;
- “Two dimensions of woman’s vocation: motherhood -virginity”;
- The manifestations of “the feminine genius” in the life of the Church in the Third Millennium.
- Dignity and vocation of woman: historical perspective.
I PLENARY SESSION
II PLENARY SESSION
WORKSHOPS IN PARALLEL GROUPS
Rev. prof. dr hab. Józef Stala, UPJPII
Assoc. prof. dr. Benas Ulevičius, VMU
Rev. assoc. prof. dr. hab. Marek Kluz, UPJPII
S.assoc. prof. dr. hab. Adelajda Sielepin,UPJPII
Rev. dr. hab. Marcin Godawa, UPJPII
Prof. dr. hab. Urszula Dudziak, KUL
Rev. prof. dr. Andrius Narbekovas, VMU
Assoc. prof. dr. Irena Eglė Laumenskaitė, VU
Rev. prof. dr. Rimas Skinkaitis, VMU
Rev. prof. dr. Kęstutis Žemaitis, VMU
Prof. dr. Birutė Obelenienė, VMU
Prof. dr. hab. Elżbieta Osewska, PWSZ Tarnow
Prel. prof. dr. Vytautas Steponas Vaičiūnas
Prof. dr. Eugenijus Danilevičius, VMU
Assoc. prof. dr. Artūras Lukaševičius, VMU
Assoc. prof. dr. Artūras Grickevičius, VMU
Dr. Aušra Vasiliauskaitė, VMU
Indrė Vitkuvienė, VMU
Valdas Kilpys, VMU
Gabrielius Klimenka, VMU
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Mail address : Gimnazijos str.7, LT-44260 Kaunas, Lithuania
Submission of the title of the presentation and the abstract
The title of the presentation and short abstract (no more 200 words) in English please submit online https://forms.gle/tD5dBMFRczBs2mAk7 until 01th of May 2020.
The approval of the abstracts will be sent to authors until 15th of May. A formal program for submitting abstracts will follow.
Estimated time of the paper in plenary session is about 25 min., in sections – 15 minutes.
Submission of the paper
Please submit the paper until the 1 of September via email: email@example.com. Submitted articles are reviewed by at least two experts appointed by the Editorial Board
The conference fee – 25 EUR
Students conference fee – 10 EUR or free of charge.
Bank transactions can be made directly from the applicant or agent’s bank to Vytautas Magnus University’s bank account with the mandatory note purpose of the contribution “ISC Dignity and Vocation of Woman” . Please send a copy of the deposit order to conference secretariat to firstname.lastname@example.org
Vytautas Magnus University’s bank account details:
Account holder: Vytautas Magnus University
Address: K. Donelaičio g. 58, LT-44248 Kaunas, Lithuania
Company code: 111950396
Bank: AB SEB bankas
Bank Address: Gedimino pr. 12, LT-01103, Vilnius, Lithuania
Bank Account: LT917044060003105370
Bank Code: 70440
The conference will be held at Faculty of Catholic Theology, Vytautas Magnus University
Gimnazijos str.7, Kaunas, Lithuania