Past Events by Speaker
school of theology and ministry
Timothy Radcliffe, O.P. - July 11, 2009
Spirituality for the 21st Century: Beyond the Ghetto and Assimilation
This lecture reflects upon a spirituality that can help Christians reach beyond sectarianism while remaining well identified as something more than just “one of the crowd."
Margaret Nutting Ralph - November 1, 2011
Catechesis on the Eucharist: New Testament Models
This lecture explores the literary forms that New Testament authors used to help us recognize the real presence of Christ.
Jane E. Regan - November 13, 2009
Called to Become an Adult Church
This Ministry Renewal Day, including John Shea, O.S.A., considers two unique perspectives on embracing the God of adulthood as individuals and as communities of faith.
Jane E. Regan - January 28, 2010
Becoming a Community of Practice
This talk examines what it means to be intentional about bringing specific spiritual practices as essential components of our journey of faith.
Jane E. Regan - November 2, 2012
New Evangelization for Today's Parish
This lecture celebrating Ministry Renewal Day focuses on the "new" evangelization, its relation to the overall mission of the Church and the vision of each parish, and its implementation in pastoral settings.
Richard Rohr, O.F.M. - July 10, 2010
The Christian Meaning of Enlightenment
In this lecture, Fr. Rohr presents the results of his research on the contemplative mind and tradition.
Ronald Rolheiser, O.M.I. - June 9, 2012
A Contemplative Vision of the Mystics
In this 2-part workshop, Fr. Rolheiser offers reflections on St. Thérèse of Lisieux and the contemporary Carmelite mystic Ruth Burrows.
Rabbi A. James Rudin - February 7, 2012
Three Cardinals Who Transformed Catholic-Jewish Relations
Rabbi Rudin speaks about his book by this title, demonstrating how three cardinals influenced the Second Vatican Council to adopt Nostra Aetate and transform its sentiments into practical results.
Rosemary Radford Ruether - September 20, 2012
Women In Interreligious Dialogue
This lecture takes stock of the contributions of women to interreligious dialogue and of interreligious dialogue to feminist thinking within particular religions, while also critically reflecting on present and future challenges and avenues for reflection and collaboration.