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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."

Center  Hosts Italian Teachers

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

Fragmenting Dialogues, 4/14/10

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

Social Justice Explored

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

Orientale Lumen XIV Conference

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

May 2010 - Faculty Seminar

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

Saints and Sleuths IV

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

Business is a Human Science, 11/12/2009

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

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.

The Soul of a Leader, 10/27/2009

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

Launch of The Lonergan Review

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

Catholicism and the Big Apple

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

Forging a New Economic Paradigm

Take a closer look at the root of the economic crisis during the Bernard J. Lonergan Economic Summit on June 19 and 20.

The Legacy of Thomas Merton

Today at 4 p.m. the University will present "Uncaging Our Minds and Opening the Ears of Our Hearts".

Saints and Sleuths

Terrorists, romance, slander and ghosts -- join us for Saints and Sleuths, a celebration of Catholic life in literature.

Visit Oxford this summer!

Earn three credits studying abroad in "the greatest city in the world" this summer!

The New Atheism Revisited

Tired of the hearing the same old views on science and faith?  Join us for a fresh perspective...

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