The Blessed John Henry Cardinal Newman Lectures
The Cardinal Newman Lecture Series is an annual program hosted by the Institute for the Psychological Sciences. Now in its twelfth year, the Newman Lectures feature speakers who are widely recognized for their contributions to the fields of psychology, moral and political philosophy, theology, and law.
The Institute promotes this interdisciplinary dialogue to advance the integration of modern social, psychological and Catholic thought. Lectures are free to the public and students are encouraged to attend.
Speakers have included: Hadley Arkes, Benedict Ashley, Robert Audi, Gil Bailie, Fr. John Bartunek, Guy Bedouelle, Gerard V. Bradley, James Brent, Bernard Ceslas Bourdin, Peter John Cameron, Romanus Cessario, Jude Dougherty, Robert Enright, John M. Finnis, Kevin Flannery, Robert P. George, John Haldane, John Haas, Russ Hittinger, Stanley Hauerwas, Peter Kreeft, Ralph McInerny, Mgr. Livio Melina, Fred Miller, Richard John Neuhaus, Aidan Nichols, Michael Novak, Edmund Pellegrino, Kenneth Schmitz, Roger Scruton, Richard Sorabji, Msgr. Robert Sokolowski, Richard Swinburne, Charles Taliaferro, Paul Vitz, C. William Westfall, and Thomas Williams.
Program (2012-2013): Morality, Virtue and Flourishing: Catholic Approaches to Psychology
Reservations for the LecturesAttendance is free of charge, but reservations with the Institute for the Psychological Sciences are recommended. To make reservations or for more information, please contact the Institute at (703) 416-1441, (Fax: (703) 416-8588), or email email@example.com.
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