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Friday, February 23, 2007

Cool stuff coming up

  • Sunday, March 4, 2007, 2:00 p.m.
    Dominican House of Studies, Washington, DC

    St. Thomas Aquinas Lecture
    "Charity's Knowledge: The Relationship Between Knowledge and Love in Aquinas' Account of Human Action"
    presented by Fr. Michael Sherwin, O.P.
    (more information)

  • Thursday, March 8, 2007, 7:15 p.m.
    Dominican House of Studies, Washington, DC

    In the Image of God: the Human Condition Today Lecture Series
    Mary and the Victory Over Evil: The Marian Role in the Restoration of the Image of God"
    presented by Fr. John Corbett, O.P.

  • March 30-31
    Providence College, Providence, RI

    Divine Impassibility and the Mystery of Human Suffering
    A Providence College Symposium
    The question of divine impassibility has resurfaced in theological literature in recent years, reigniting long-standing debate on classical metaphysics and Christian revelation.

    Providence College is pleased to announce an upcoming theological conference which will highlight a particular issue: the relationship among divine impassibility, human suffering, and divine providence.

    How does a doctrine of God's passibility or impassibility affect how we understand his governance of the world, particularly with regard to human suffering?

    Theologians from a diversity of Christian confessional traditions will discuss these subjects, providing impetus for reflection from a variety of theoretical standpoints.

  • April 13-15
    Belmont Abbey College, Charlotte, NC

    Catholic Family Expo
    The 17th annual Catholic Family EXPO is gathering of Catholic families, friends, professionals, speakers and exhibitors to share resources and inspirations in a conference setting. The workshops are organized into five tracks-faith, marriage, parenting, high school and young adult life, and home education-interspersed with major keynote speakers.

  • May 21-25, 2007
    Catholic University of America, Washington, DC

    Summer Catholic Social Thought Institute
    sponsored by the Society of Catholic Social Scientists
    and the CUA Department of Sociology
    A week of lectures and seminars (30 hrs.) by outstanding Catholic scholars in the social sciences, geared especially to graduate students. Teachers, professors, professionals, clergy, and others also welcome.

    Topics to Be Covered: The Compendium of the Social Teaching of the Church; The Social Encyclicals; A Catholic Critique of Secular Social Science; Constructing Catholic Sociologies; Social Policy Implications of Catholic Social Thought; Catholic Approaches to Each of the Social Science Disciplines.
    (more information)

  • June 28-July 1
    Baltimore Convention Center, Baltimore, MD

    Catholic Family Expo
    The 17th annual Catholic Family EXPO is gathering of Catholic families, friends, professionals, speakers and exhibitors to share resources and inspirations in a conference setting. The workshops are organized into five tracks-faith, marriage, parenting, high school and young adult life, and home education-interspersed with major keynote speakers.

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