On the evening of Feb. 8, 2020, in the Fort Augustus Room at St. Anselm's Abbey, Washington DC, Dr. David C. Schindler of the John Paul II Institute, located at Catholic University, will give a public lecture on the question of gender and how this relates to the teaching of Pope Paul VI on the […]
Our annual potluck luncheon will gather on Sunday March 8, after midday prayer which ends at 12:15 pm. Interested persons are welcome to attend.
Please read the 8th chapter of his book about the political philosophy of John Locke and also the conclusion.
Please read the 7th chapter on "Being and God" in David Schindler's book, "Love and the Postmodern Predicament: Rediscovering the Real in Beauty, Goodness, and Truth." This seminar will be led by David Alexander who will facilitate our discussions. We use Zoom technology for our internet meetings. Our current scheduled meeting time is tentative; we […]
Led by Rich Kral, for our next Saturday meeting, please the Epilogue. If you would like to join, please send your email address to Rich at email@example.com. With every best wish to you all at these difficult times. God bless and keep. PS The way this all works is that Rich would send to you […]
At this meeting we will conclude our seminar about Eucharist as Meaning and discuss beginning a new seminar, possibly reading into Bernard Lonergan's theology of Christ.
This new seminar is reading though French philosopher Pierre Manent, "Natural Law and Human Rights: Toward a Recovery of Practical Reason." For our next meeting, please read the 6th chapter: "Natural Law and Human Motives." This seminar is led by David Alexander.
To prepare for our next meeting, in Bernard Lonergan's The Incarnate Word, eds. Robert M. Doran and Jeremy D. Wilkins. University of Toronto Press, please read in Lonergan's text beginning with the section of "modern opponents" which starts on p. 12. Read say five pages. We take up the questions and topics that are to […]
Meetings occur, using Zoom technology. To join this seminar, please email Richard Kral at firstname.lastname@example.org. From Richard Kral comes the following notes: - We will break for the summer (July/August) and pick back up with a new Lonergan Seminar after Labor Day - for those who are interested of course (no pressure to continue indefinitely, […]
On July 23 upcoming at 1 pm at our Lonergan Institute, let us begin a new seminar, reading through Part Two of Bernard Lonergan's The Redemption which is found in volume 9 of the Collected Works of Bernard Lonergan. Please read the first ten pages, from p. 265 to p. 275. Latin is on the […]
This seminar will read through D. C. Schindler's Retrieving Freedom: The Christian Appropriation of Classical Tradition. The meetings use Zoom conferencing technology. To participate, please email David Alexander at email@example.com. To prepare for our next meeting, please complete the reading of the first chapter.
Please read into the 6th chapter, pp. 539-554.