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 "The work we want:' free, creative, participative and solidarity-based': the title of both a new book and an exhibition.

On the occasion of the 48th Catholic Social Week in Italy, held at the Cagliari Fair from 26 to 29 October 2017, the Theological Faculty of Sardinia participates - with the active support of Monsignor Arrigo Miglio, Archbishop of Cagliari and Grand Chancellor of the Faculty itself - by offering delegates a newly printed publication and the opportunity to visit an exhibition of painting and visual arts in the same premises of the Fair.

The book, published by PFTS University Press, is entitled The Work of Man Between Creation and Redemption. Essays on the occasion of the 48th Catholic Social Week in Italy (Cagliari 26-29 October 2017). It is a miscellany of studies curated by Francesco Maceri, dean of the Faculty, which includes 9 contributions by teachers or scholars who collaborate with the Theological Faculty of Sardinia, who address, under different perspectives and points of view (theological, historical, social, moral, biblical and liturgical), the theme of work. They contributed to the volume, presented by Arrigo Miglio: Tonino Cabizzosu, Raffaele Callia, Roberto Caria, Luca Lecis, Francesco Maceri, Carlo Manunza, Pietro Angelo Muroni, Giuseppe Tilocca and Fabio Trudu.

The same theme is addressed to the works of 24 artists from all over Sardinia, who have agreed to participate in the exhibition of painting and visual arts, entitled:"Creation, Destiny, Freedom. Man and work ". The collective exhibition, curated by Beppe Vargiu, can only be visited by those who are admitted to participate in the Social Week. Of the 24 works on display, there is also a catalogue with the work of each of the artists present: Gianni Atzeni, Annamaria Caracciolo, Attilio Della Maria, Simone Dulcis, Gino Frogheri, Stefano Grassi, Caterina Lai, Angelo Liberati, Dionigi Losengo, Italo Medda, Wanda Nazzari, Efisio Niolu, Antonello Ottonello, Primo Pantoli.

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