The Cardinal Newman Lecture

Cardinal Newman Lecture Photo

 

The Cardinal Newman Lecture Series is named after the great 19th century English prelate who wrote very movingly about his intellectual journey toward Roman Catholicism in his spiritual autobiography, Apologia pro vita sua (1864). Newman's work helped later generations of Catholics and Catholic converts map out ways to understand the datum of religious faith in light of the contemporary issues facing modern life.

Honoring this engagement with the Catholic tradition, CCIH will invite scholars each spring to recount their own discovery (or rediscovery) of the Catholic intellectual heritage in light of their ongoing scholarship.

The 2016 Cardinal Newman Lecture: Mary Karr

The 2015 Cardinal Newman Lecture: Dr. Colby Dickinson

The 2014: Cardinal Newman Lecture: Mr. Gregory Wolfe

New Lecture Series: Inaugural lecture by Dr. James Garbarino