Monday, September 18, 2006

Catholic Theology Lecture Series in Denver

via John Wren comes news of an impressive lecture series at St. Elizabeth of Hungary parish on the Auraria campus:


Church, Politics, and Society

Sponsors: St. Elizabeth of Hungary Catholic Church and SS Cyril and Methodius Russian Byzantine Catholic Community

Where: St. Elizabeth of Hungary Catholic Church on Auraria Campus
1060 St. Francis Way, Denver, CO. 80204

When: 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Snacks will be served

Thursday, September 21:
"War, Progress and the End of History: A Russian View on the Human Drama"
Dr. Joel Barstad

Thursday, September 28:
"The Politics of Liberty in a Post-Modern Era"
Rev. Dr. Chrysostom Frank

Thursday, October 5:
"The Crusades and their Significance for Today"
Dr. Michael Woodward

Thursday, October 12:
"Should a Christian be A-Political?"
Keith Ruckhaus

Thursday, October 19:
After Forty Years of Feminism, What Next?"
Terry Polakvic

Thursday, October 26: "Polish Catholicism: A Christian Pedagogy for the Oppressed People"
Fr. Raymond Gawronski, S.J.

For more information and directions to the place on Auraria
where this will be held, see

I especially look forward to Professor Michael Woodward's talk because I know he is both a solid Catholic scholar and quite dissatisfied with the Crusade apologists on both national and local levels. It will be good to see his less militant interpretation of history.

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