The Society for the Study of Christian Spirituality (SSCS) will hold an interdisciplinary conference at the University of Notre Dame, June 29-July 2, 2013. The theme of the conference, Wondrous Fear and Holy Awe, reflects on the Fear of the Lord as a multi-faceted gift of the Spirit inclusive of reverent awe, a dynamic psychological state, a powerful virtue for Christian living, and an inspiration for artistic expression and evangelization. Papers given at the conference will explore holy fear and awe as they have been experienced by persons and communities in different Christian traditions from the dawn of the Christian era until today. In addition to a rich offering of scholarly papers and discussions, the retreat-like program will include times for shared morning and evening prayer, singing, instrumental music and meals.…
Wed May 29, 2013
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Call for Papers: Workshop on Religious Epistemology and the Safety Condition for Knowledge
Oxford University 12 & 13 June 2013
The New Insights and Directions in Religious Epistemology project at Oxford University invites the submission of papers related to the application of the safety condition for knowledge to any question in the philosophy of religion or analytic theology.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Mandatory Orientation for new students at 12:00pm in 119 O'Shaughnessy.
Fri Jun 21, 2013
Welcome picnic for MA participants.
Wed Jun 26, 2013
More details TBA
Fri Jun 28, 2013
Happy Hour at Legends for MA participants.
Mon Jul 8, 2013
Start date for Module 2. Mandatory orientation for new students, 12:00pm in O'Shaughnessy 119.
Fri Jul 12, 2013
Picnic for MA program participants.
Wed Jul 17, 2013
More details TBA
Thu Jul 25, 2013
End of program celebration for MA participants.
Tue Aug 27, 2013
First day of classes for all students.
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Sat Nov 16, 2013
The Death and Afterlife of the North American Martyrs (Harvard University Press, 2013)
Emma Anderson will speak about her new book, which explores the history of devotion to eight Jesuit missionaries slain by native people during the 1640s. This book examines how these violent encounters were understood by the missionaries, their native slayers, and those native Catholics who, although they died alongside the “Jesuit martyrs,” have yet to receive comparable recognition as martyrs by the Catholic Church.…
Thu Apr 24, 2014
This international conference is the culmination of a a major research project designed to produce the first comparative, international, lived history of Catholicism in the Vatican II era.
In conjunction with the 50th anniversary of the opening and closing of the Second Vatican Council, the Cushwa Center enlisted researchers to write close-grained local social histories of the immediate Council era and its aftermath in fifteen select dioceses spanning every continent.…