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Nov 04: Doing Catholic Systematic Theology in a Multi-religious World

The Second Annual Colloquium Sponsored by the Marquette Lonergan Project, November 4-5 2010.

Robert M. Doran, S.J., “Social Grace and the Mission of the Word.” November 4, 4:00 P.M., followed by a panel discussion. This will be the Doerr Lecture for 2010.

Thomas Hughson, S.J., “Classical Christology and Social Justice: Why The Divinity of Christ Matters.” November 5, 2010, 10 A.M., followed by a panel discussion.

Danielle Nussberger, “The Spirit of Truth: Receiving and Communicating the Word in Dialogue.” November 5, 2010, 2 P.M., followed by a panel discussion and open dialogue on all three papers.

Panelists have been invited from faculty at Marquette and at other schools and from graduate students in theology at Marquette.

For more information, contact Robert Doran: robert.doran@marquette.edu.

Apr 29: Australian Lonergan Workshop

Friday 29 April - Sunday 1 May 2011: The Australian Lonergan Workshop, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. More details and link later



Apr 30: The Twenty-sixth Annual Fallon Memorial Lonergan Symposium

The Twenty-sixth Annual Fallon Memorial Lonergan Symposium (West Coast Methods Institute) will be held at Loyola Marymount University April 28-30. For a schedule of events, visit The Los Angeles Lonergan Center, accessible through "Links" on this website.

Oct 01: Marquette University Lonergan Events 2011-2012

MARK YOUR CALENDARS

Lonergan Events 2011-2012

In the fall of 2009 and again in the fall of 2010, two events were sponsored at Marquette University which merited a commitment to ongoing continuity. In September of both 2009 and 2010, the Lonergan Society of Marquette University, a group of graduate students in theology and philosophy, sponsored a graduate student conference ‘Lonergan on the Edge,’ featuring a number of student speakers from up to 9 universities in the U.S. and Canada. And later in the fall each year, the Marquette Lonergan Project sponsored the first two colloquia on ‘Doing Catholic Systematic Theology in a Multi-Religious World.’

These two events will be sponsored again in the fall of 2011, and a third event, a colloquium on Lonergan, Philosophy, and Theology, will be sponsored in the spring of 2012.

A call for papers for ‘Lonergan on the Edge’ has already been issued. The fall colloquium, which in 2009 focused on the mission of the Holy Spirit in a multi-religious world, and in 2010 focused on the mission of the Word in the context of interreligious dialogue and understanding, will center attention this year on the mission of the Church, again in the same context.

The new colloquium, Lonergan, Philosophy, and Theology, is scheduled for March 1 and 2, 2012. All of these events will be held in the Beaumier Suites B and C in the Raynor Memorial Libraries. The schedule of these events is as follows.

LONERGAN ON THE EDGE: A Graduate Student Conference Sponsored by the Lonergan Society of Marquette University, September 16-18 2010. Special attention to the topic ‘Lonergan as a Reader of Aquinas’

DOING CATHOLIC SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY IN A MULTI-RELIGIOUS WORLD: The Third Annual Colloquium Sponsored by the Marquette Lonergan Project, November 2-3 2011. Major papers by Robert M. Doran, S.J., Marquette University; John D. Dadosky, Regis College, University of Toronto; and Susan Wood, S.C.L., Marquette University. Each lecture will be followed by a panel discussion and open conversation. Panelists will be invited from faculty at Marquette and other schools and from Marquette graduate students in theology.

LONERGAN, PHILOSOPHY, AND THEOLOGY: The First Annual Colloquium on this topic, March 1 and 2, 2012. Major papers by Mark Morelli, Loyola Marymount University, ‘Lonergan and Hegel’; Michael Sharkey, University of Wisconsin – Platteville, ‘Lonergan and Heidegger’; and William Rehg, S.J., Saint Louis University, ‘Lonergan and Habermas.’ Again, each lecture will be followed by a panel discussion and open conversation, with panelists invited from philosophy and theology departments at Marquette and elsewhere.

Visitors to Milwaukee may want to request accommodations at a special Marquette rate at the Ambassador Hotel, just off campus (2308 West Wisconsin Avenue, toll free: 877-503-2011).


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