Catholic Studies at Aquinas College

  • Bishop Robert Barron at the Catholic Studies Lecture Series

    Catholic Studies Lecture Series

Catholic Studies Speaker Series

Catholic Studies Speaker Series presents:
Annual St. Thomas Aquinas Lecture
Dr. Eduardo Echeverria
"At the Crossroads: The Church and the Legacy of Vatican II"
7 p.m. on Nov. 12, 2019
Wege Student Center Ballroom
Free and Open to the Public

Dr. Echeverria is Professor of Philosophy and Systematic Theology at Sacred Heart Major Seminary. His newest book is, Pope Francis: The Legacy of Vatican II.

Launched in 2009, the Catholic Studies Speaker Series offers 2-3 lectures per year by national and international Catholic figures and scholars. The series brings students into contact, both in the classroom and informal settings, with great living Catholic thinkers like Bishop Robert Barron, Joseph Pearce, Eleonore Stump and the inaugural speaker Duncan Stroik, internationally known sacred architect and professor of architecture at the University of Notre Dame. The series helps fulfill the mission of the Catholic Studies department, "to share the riches of the Church's own culture" with students and the community. 

Previous Catholic Studies Events

Fr. Paul Murray - Sept. 8, 2016

 

 Fr. Robert Barron, "Thomas Merton's Metaphysics of Peace"

July 16, 2015







 
Bishop Robert Barron
Fr. (now Bishop) Robert Barron
Juan Olivarez, Fr. Robert barron, Dr. John Pinheiro
From Left to Right, President Juan Olivarez, Fr. Robert Barron, Dr. John Pinheiro

 

crowd sitting down
A capacity crowd listens to Fr. Robert Barron speak on Thomas Merton
Fr. Robert Barron
Fr. Robert Barron 

Dawn Eden, "My Tangled Road to Rome"
September 17, 2015 

 

Sr. Mary Prudence Allen, RSM, Ph. D., "Can the Complementarity of Woman and Man be Proved? 

 

Dr. Ralph Martin, “The New Evangelization: Why Bother?”
Presented by Eerdmans Bookstore
 


October 1, 2012

Special Lecture on the Catholic Intellectual Tradition
April 11, 2012

"John Paul II, Ex Corde Ecclesiae, and the Future of Catholic Higher Education"
by George Weigel
 
 

 


George Weigel speaking on the mission of Catholic higher education.

Among the attendees were the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist.

A capacity crowd listening to George Weigel.

Dr. John Pinheiro, Mr. George Weigel, President Juan Olivarez