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Catholic Intellectual Series 2010-11

The Catholic character of Saint Joseph's University springs from its historical relationship with the Roman Catholic Church, and from its current embodiment of the great traditions of Catholic life and culture. The Catholic Intellectual Series promotes the long and dynamic history of catholic intellectual thought and highlights the latest and best within our tradition. Through this series Saint Joseph’s University desires to highlight the thoughts and writings of prominent catholic thinkers in our country and throughout the world.

The Saint Joseph's University Office for Mission and Identity presents

The Catholic Intellectual Series 2010-2011


The Future Church:

How Ten Trends are Revolutionizing the Catholic Church 

John L. Allen, Jr.

Senior Correspondent for the National Catholic Reporter

October 5, 2010

11:30 AM

Saint Joseph's University

Mandeville Hall - Wolfington Teletorium

Saint Joseph's University

Catholics and Jews 45 Years after the Second Vatican Council: Progress and Possibilities Cardinal

His Eminence Walter Cardinal Kasper, D.Theol.

President Emeritus of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

5 p.m.

Chapel of Saint Joseph - Michael J. Smith Memorial

"Public Catholicism or Private Faith: What's on the Line in the Communion Procession?"

Bruce Morrill SJ,  

The MacLean Jesuit Chair 2010-2011

4 PM, Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Campion Center, Banquet Hall South

Saint Joseph's University

The Future of the Church: A Woodstock Forum on Sources of Hope

Thomas  Reese, S.J. Ph.D - Dolores Leckey, M.A. -  Raymond  Kemp, S.T.L.

Senior Fellows of the Woodstock Theological Center

Woodstock Senior Fellows weigh in on what the future holds for the Church... and what the Church holds for the future.

December 5, 2010 2 PM -4PM

Mandeville Hall  - Wolfington Teletorium

Saint Joseph's University

 

 

For more information contact: The Office for Mission and Identity (610) 660-3290