Past Events by Speaker
school of theology and ministry
Leo O'Donovan, S.J. - November 30, 2011
Taking Flight: When Jesus Was a Refugee
This lecture explores the theme of exile with depictions in Western art of the Holy Family fleeing to Egypt for safety.
Theresa O'Keefe - October 29, 2009
Mentoring Relationships in Ministry With Youth and Young Adults
This presentation proposes how to manage meaningful and frequent interaction with adults as a valuable aid to growth into maturity.
Theresa O'Keefe - November 16, 2010
Hope: The Church's Prophetic Challenge
This panel discussion examines how the prophetic virtue of hope might shape both the Church’s engagement with the world and its self-understanding.
Theresa O'Keefe - April 22, 2016
Managing Connections or Building Relationships?
This workshop focuses on recent research on teens and social media, with particular attention on the uses of digital technology and how those can both support and undermine relationships.
Sean Cardinal O'Malley, O.F.M., Cap. - November 10, 2009
The Eucharist and Our Formation as the People of the Church
In this lecture, Cardinal Seán discusses the Eucharist as an invitation to live the ideals of the Gospel and to be Jesus' witnesses in the midst of our world.
Padraig O'Malley - April 30, 2009
Meeting Jesus Christ in the Search for Peace
Known for his role in world peace negotiations, Professor O'Malley shares some of the heart of his experiences as well as the spiritual basis for his work.
Carolyn Osiek, R.S.C.J. - July 22, 2011
Women Disciples, Leaders, and Apostles
Sr. Osiek reflects on the identity of the real Mary Magdalene and how her charism continues to be lived using the context of other New Testament women and archeological findings.
Hosffman Ospino - September 30, 2009
Latinos and U.S. Catholicism: Contributions and Possibilities
This panel, including Roberto Goizueta and Nancy Pineda-Madrid, offers insight on the present and future of Hispanics in U.S. Catholicism, Hispanic spirituality, and U.S. Latino/Latina theology.
Hosffman Ospino - April 24, 2015
Parishes in Transition: Learning to Live in Tabernacles
This lecture examines major changes, tensions, questions, and possibilities in the context of U.S. Catholic parish life as Catholic communities respond to the growing Hispanic presence in an increasingly diverse Church.
Hosffman Ospino - February 11, 2016
The Treasure of Hispanic American Catholicism
This presentation reflects on the challenges and possibilities of being Catholic in the United States in an increasingly Hispanic Church.
Hosffman Ospino - October 24, 2017
Religious Education in the Age of Google, Facebook, Netflix, and SpaceX
This lecture names and analyzes technology-dependent paradigm shifts while drawing implications for pedagogy in religious education