Past Events by Speaker
school of theology and ministry
Ignacio Larranaga, O.F.M. Cap - April 25, 2009
Al Encuentro con Cristo en la Oración
La oración y el discipulado van siempre juntos. Para los católicos hispanos dicha convicción está al centro de las raíces culturales y espirituales que sostienen su fe.
William P. Leahy, S.J. - March 31, 2011
Who Do They Say That They Are? Perspectives From Three Jesuits
These panelists, including Jack Butler, S.J. and Jeremy Zipple, S.J., reflect on their call to the priesthood.
Douglas Leal - February 6, 2010
Bringing the Word to Life: A Workshop for Lectors
This workshop introduces practical techniques for turning reading into vibrant proclamation, but not performance.
Rabbi Daniel L. Lehmann - October 4, 2011
Beyond Catholic-Jewish Dialogue: A New Paradigm
This presentation articulates a new paradigm for Catholic-Jewish relations in the 21st Century.
Rev. Richard Lennan - February 11, 2010
The Challenge of Catholicity: Becoming a "Catholic" Catholic Church
This lecture explores the meaning of the Church’s catholicity and the claim it makes on all Christians. It focuses on the challenge of achieving catholicity today and the particular issues it raises for Roman Catholics.
Rev. Richard Lennan - November 16, 2010
Hope: The Church's Prophetic Challenge
With M. Shawn Copeland and Dominic Doyle, this panel examines how the prophetic virtue of hope might shape both the Church’s engagement with the world and its self-understanding.
Rev. Richard Lennan - November 14, 2013
Hope: Promise, Possibility, and Fulfillment
At this book launch, several STM authors present the possibility that Christian hope offers and the capacity of hope to respond to the challenges that life presents to us all.
Rev. Richard Lennan - November 2, 2017
The Holy Spirit: Setting the World on Fire
To celebrate the launch of this book, four of its contributors address how we become of aware of the Holy Spirit's active and constant presence in our lives.
Amy-Jill Levine - July 22, 2016
Telling Stories about Women
Jesus' parables about women can be read as universal teachings about theology or salvation, but they also correct stereotypes of Jewish women, prompt questions about gender, and offer insights into ancient and modern relationships.
Rev. Debbie Little - October 24, 2014
Taking the Church to the Street
This presentation provides insights into grace and struggle through the experiences that Debbie Little encountered while bringing the church beyond its walls through the founding of Ecclesia Ministries and Common Cathedral Boston.
James Lubben - April 10, 2010
The Growth of Aging Research and Education At Boston College
This presentation, part of the conference, "Living the Journey: Spirituality for the Second Half of Life," discusses the growth of aging research and education at BC.