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"Lentils on Fridays"

On Thursday, April 28 Dr. Nadeau will lecture on “Lentils on Fridays: Understanding Spain's History Through Its Food."

4/7/2011
May 2011 Faculty Summer Seminar

The Center for Catholic Studies and the Center for Vocation and Servant Leadership are co-sponsoring “John Henry Newman."

3/30/2011
Annual Micah Summit - "Living Wage"

How does a business person wanting to be a servant leader approach decisions regarding wages?

2/18/2011
February 3 & 4 Lectures

Public Lecture and Faculty Colloquium on how science and religion can be compatible.

12/22/2010
Update: Study Abroad 2011

The Foundations of Christian Culture: England and The Foundations of Christian Culture: Spain and World Youth Day.

11/16/2010
The Idea of a University

Msgr. Liddy and Prof. McGlone present an afternoon celebrating the beatification of Newman.

11/1/2010
Pope Benedict XVI and Lubich

Professor Amy Uelmen will discuss Chiara Lubich's spirituality of unity and how the Focolare foster economic justice.

10/14/2010
Faculty Retreat Series 2010-11

Msgr. Gerard McCarren reflects on John Henry Newman in the first of four retreats for faculty and administrators of all faiths.

9/21/2010
Cardinal Newman to be Beatified

Msgr. Liddy, Rev. Gomes and Msgr. Ivory will attend the beatification of Newman on September 19.

9/10/2010
Institute Receives Major Support

Through the ongoing support of an anonymous foundation, a grant of $25,000 was received by the Micah Institute.

9/8/2010
Students Awarded Scholarships

Patrick Curran and Brian Callahan were awarded Center for Catholic Studies scholarships for the 2010-2011 academic year.

9/8/2010
"The Great Renaissance Race"

Art Historian Elizabeth Lev will lecture on "Pagan Antiquity vs. Christian Italy" on September 2.

8/18/2010
Has Art History Lost Its Soul?

Art Historian Elizabeth Lev will lecture on "Has Art History Lost Its Soul?" on September 1.

8/17/2010
Magazine Features April Conference

"Living City" Magazine features an essay about the recent conference "Contemporary Movements for Social Justice."

8/10/2010
Center  Hosts Italian Teachers

The Center for Catholic Studies hosts members of the Associazione Italiana Maestri Cattolici (AIMC).

7/19/2010
Fragmenting Dialogues, 4/14/10

Dr. David Tracy will present a lecture on the emergence of dialogue in the ancient world and today.

4/5/2010
Social Justice Explored

Join Catholic Studies on April 24 for Contemporary Movements in Social Justice, exploring the work of Bernard Lonergan.

4/4/2010
Orientale Lumen XIV Conference

Join the Center for Catholic Studies for an opportunity to discuss and learn about Catholic and Orthodox traditions.

4/3/2010
May 2010 - Faculty Seminar

Professor Mark Doorley of Villanova University will facilitate the May 2010 Faculty Seminar "Teaching as an Ethical Act".

3/11/2010
Saints and Sleuths IV

 A celebration of Catholic life, features dramatic readings, performances and commentaries.

12/23/2009
Business is a Human Science, 11/12/2009

A conversation with Mr. Gene Ahner on understanding business as a vocation.

11/2/2009
Religious Legal Theory, 11/12-13/2009

Msgr. Richard Liddy will speak at the conference "Religious Legal Theory: The State of the Field" at SHU School of Law.

10/30/2009
The Soul of a Leader, 10/27/2009

A conversation with Dr. Margaret Benefiel on a new model of leadership in tough economic times.

10/8/2009
Launch of The Lonergan Review

The Bernard J. Lonergan Institute Announces the Launch of its Journal: The Lonergan Review.

9/30/2009
Catholicism and the Big Apple

Join the Center for Catholic Studies for two exciting walking tours exploring Catholic New York.

9/10/2009
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