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 2014-15
The Second Anniversary of the Inaugural of the Bergoglio Papacy
A Poor Church for the Poor: Realistic Challenge or Ideal Vision?
Reflections on Pope Francis’ Call for a Different Church
A Panel Discussion
John J. DiIulio, Jr., Ph.D
Frederic Fox Leadership Professor of Politics, Religion, and Civil Society
University of Pennsylvania
Mary Scullion, R.S.M ‘76
Executive Director, Project H.O.M.E.
Jesùs Fernàndez-Villaverde, Ph.D.
Professor of Economics, University of Pennsylvania.
March 18th, 2015
6 pm Pre-event Networking Reception for Alpha Sigma Nu and SJU Alumni
7:30 pm Panel Presentation and Discussion
Mandeville Hall, Wolfington Teletorium
Sponsored by the Program for Research on Religion and Urban Civil Society
Click here to view a pdf version of the calendar of events
For more information contact: The Office for Mission and Identity (610) 660-3290