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Professor Michael Aeschliman
 
DATE:
11/9/2002
 
SERIES:
Christianity and the Creative Imagination Lectures
 
 TITLE:
C. S. Lewis and T. S. Eliot: Their Common Appeal to the Creative Imagination

 
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Dr. Dominic A. Aquila
 
DATE:
7/1/2003
 
SERIES:
Communitas, 2003 Eichstatt
 
 TITLE:
Faith, Reason, and Communitas in the Modern Academy

 
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Dr. Karl G. Ballestrem
 
DATE:
6/17/2003
 
SERIES:
Communitas, 2003 Eichstatt
 
 TITLE:
Friendship in Aristotle: Citizenship in the Ancient Polls

 
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Dr. Karl G. Ballestrem
 
DATE:
7/1/2003
 
SERIES:
Communitas, 2003 Eichstatt
 
 TITLE:
The Political Integration of Pluralistic Societies

 
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Sister Mary Paula Beirerschmitt, I.H.M
 
DATE:
1/10/2002
 
SERIES:
Studies in Faith and Culture
 
 TITLE:
Restoring a Sense of the Sacred

 
There is an urgent need to rethink the role of the arts in education, particularly sacred art. If the artist's vocation is thwarted by sincere but misguided persons, a crisis of faith is bound to occur in the human family. Artists hold the key to restoring a sense of the sacred in our culture. We le ...[click here for details]
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Dr. Veruschka Biddle
 
DATE:
3/4/2001
 
SERIES:
2001 Lenten Lecture Series
 
 TITLE:
The Role of Psycho-Therapy and Religion in the Healing of Families

 
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Dr. Bradley J. Birzer
 
DATE:
1/3/2003
 
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 TITLE:
An Augustinian Understanding of The Two Towers: In Honor of a "The Long Deserved Party"

 
In honor of the 111 Anniversary of the birth of J.R.R. Tolkien and the release of the second film adaptation of the Two Towers by director Peter Jackson (released December 18, 2002), Dr. Birzer lectures on the Two Towers from an Augustinian perspective. In 1958,at a Dutch bash for him, Tolkien told ...[click here for details]
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Dr. Patrick Burke
 
DATE:
7/2/2003
 
SERIES:
Communitas, 2003 Eichstatt
 
 TITLE:
Christian Community and the Economy

 
The focus of this talk would be the liturgical year. The northern Italian bishops of the late fourth and early fifth century are pivotal in establishing the Christian liturgical year. The act of shaping a liturgical cycle is a traditional aristocratic act; Cicero can be used to illustrate the classi ...[click here for details]
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Vera M. Calandra
 
DATE:
3/17/2002
 
SERIES:
Saints of Our Day
 
 TITLE:
Blessed Padre Pio

 
Vera M. Calandra talks about the history and importance of Padre Pio. Padre Pio was born in Italy in 1887. In 1903 he entered the order of the Capuchin Franciscan friars. In 1918 he received in his body the five wounds of Christ, the first priest in the history of the Church to bear the stigmata. H ...[click here for details]
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Fr. Axel Carlberg
 
DATE:
11/5/2001
 
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 TITLE:
Abortion in Sweden

 
Father Axel Carlberg speaks on the bioethical issues facing the European Community. This lecture is co-sponsored by The National Catholic Bioethics Center of Boston. Reception and refreshments follow the lecture. This is important discussion for understanding the problems of abortion outside of the ...[click here for details]

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