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Fall 2011 Newman Series Continues

Join us as for the last program in the Reading Newman: On Friendship, Readings and Reflection series.

Spring Break Study Abroad in Rome

The Center for Catholic Studies presents Spring Break 2012 Study Abroad class/trip to Rome for class credit.

Student Study Abroad Reflection

Elizabeth Behrens describes her Oxford Study Abroad experience with the Center for Catholic Studies.

First Lonergan Research Fellow

Gregory Floyd, the Lonergan Institute’s first Summer Fellow in 2011, has contributed to the center’s ongoing research.

Lecture on Caravaggio

Catherine Osborne presents a lecture on theological aesthetics and Caravaggio’s Madonna of the Grooms on Nov. 14 at 4:30 p.m.

Immigration and Catholic Teaching

Join us on Oct. 27 at 5:30 p.m. for a lecture on Immigration and Catholic Teaching, part of the Fall 2011 Lecture Series.

Welcome Mass

Join us on September 28 for the Center for Catholic Studies Welcome Mass at the University Chapel at 5 p.m.

SHU Group Travels to Italy

A group of faculty and staff recently participated in a Roman study tour focused on Christianity and Culture in Dialogue.

Catholic Studies' Upcoming Program

The Center for Catholic Studies presents its upcoming events and programs for Fall 2011 and Winter/Spring 2012.

Micah Institute Holds Annual Summit

"There is something very unappealing when a business argues that it cannot afford to pay a living wage to its workers."

Newman's Rhetoric in the "Apologia"

On Wednesday, May 25 at 6 p.m. Dr. Cyril O'Regan will lecture on Newman's rhetoric in the Apologia. All are welcome.

"Lentils on Fridays"

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

May 2011 Faculty Summer Seminar

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

Annual Micah Summit - "Living Wage"

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

February 3 & 4 Lectures

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

Update: Study Abroad 2011

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

The Idea of a University

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

Pope Benedict XVI and Lubich

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

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.

Cardinal Newman to be Beatified

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

Institute Receives Major Support

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

Students Awarded Scholarships

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

"The Great Renaissance Race"

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

Has Art History Lost Its Soul?

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

Magazine Features April Conference

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

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Center for Catholic Studies
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