Videos

  • Restored Jesuits and the American Experience, 1814-2014

    John Padberg, S.J. visited Loyola University Chicago on October 18, 2012 and presented a lecture on the Jesuit suppression and consequent restoration in 1814. In his remarks – the first in a series of lectures offered by Fr. Padberg – he reflects on the mentalities shaping 19th-century Jesuit enterprises, both in Europe and America.
  • 'On Pilgrimage' with Fr. Pat Ryan

    Enjoy Fr. Pat Ryan's lecture 'On Pilgrimage,' and the insightful and informative commentary on this lecture offered by faculty and students from the three Abrahamic faiths: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.
  • The Jesuit Restoration with Rev. John Padberg

    Rev. John Padberg continues his conversation here at Loyola on the restoration of the Jesuits in 1814 in the lead-up to the bicentennial of the restoration in 2014. If you missed the lecture, check it out here!
  • Jesuit Global Education and the Plight of Refugees

    Prof. David Hollenbach, the University Chair in Human Rights and International Justice at Boston College, offered his reflections on the role Jesuit global education can play in addressing the crises of displacement and refugees. Watch Prof. Hollenbach's lecture and the engaging responses offered by a panel of professors at Loyola.
  • About The Center for the Catholic Intellectual Heritage

    The Center for the Catholic Intellectual Heritage exists to help faculty and students: Recognize and research Roman Catholic thought and its link to all academic disciplines in the university Convey that thought to audiences inside and outside Loyola University Chicago
  • The Spirit of Vatican II: Then and Now Part I

    A Colloquium Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Opening of the Second Vatican Council Two Witnesses of the Council: the Diaries of Yves Congar and Henri de Lubac Rev. Joseph Komonchak, S.T.L., Ph.D. Professor Emeritus of Theology and Religious Studies, The Catholic University of America
  • The Spirit of Vatican II: Then and Now Part II

    In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the opening of the Second Vatican Council (1962-1965), the Hank Center for the Catholic Intellectual Heritage hosted a colloquium that brought together some of the leading scholars of Vatican II – and post-Vatican II – Catholic theology. The event focused on the effects that Vatican has had on the Roman Catholic world, and what we could expect for the future of ‘the spirit of Vatican II.’
  • The Spirit of Vatican II: Then and Now Part III

    In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the opening of the Second Vatican Council (1962-1965), the Hank Center for the Catholic Intellectual Heritage hosted a colloquium that brought together some of the leading scholars of Vatican II – and post-Vatican II – Catholic theology. The event focused on the effects that Vatican has had on the Roman Catholic world, and what we could expect for the future of ‘the spirit of Vatican II.’
  • The Spirit of Vatican II: Then and Now Part IV

    In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the opening of the Second Vatican Council (1962-1965), the Hank Center for the Catholic Intellectual Heritage hosted a colloquium that brought together some of the leading scholars of Vatican II – and post-Vatican II – Catholic theology. The event focused on the effects that Vatican has had on the Roman Catholic world, and what we could expect for the future of ‘the spirit of Vatican II.’
  • Holy Fathers, Abusive Fathers and the Missing Father: How Catholic Schools Cure

    Holy Fathers, Abusive Fathers and the Missing Father: How Catholic Schools Cure Urban Poverty December 1, 2011 Lecture by Patrick J. McCloskey, MS, School of Education, Loyola University Chicago. Klarcheck Informations Commons, 4th Floor, Lake Shore Campus, Loyola University Chicago.
  • Jesuit Mission of Chiquitos Part 1

    Music of the Jesuit Missions of the Chiquitos Lecture, Q&A , Panel Discussion
  • Jesuit Mission of Chiquitos Part 2

    Music from the Jesuit Missions of Chiquitos Documentary Film Musical Performance
  • A Catholic Origin of Human Rights

    In his lecture Fr. Araujo discussed what role natural law moral theory played in emerging human rights discourse, placing a particular focus on the work of 16th century Spanish theologian and political theorist Francisco de Vitoria. Fr. Araujo also explored the implications of natural law’s history for contemporary human rights theory.
  • Food for the Body, Food for the Soul: Hunger and Catholic Social Teaching

    The Joan and Bill Hank Center for the Catholic Intellectual Heritage CATHOLIC MINDS, CATHOLIC MATTERS LECTURE SERIES Thursday, December 2, 2010 "Food for the Body, Food for the Soul: Hunger and Catholic Social Teaching" Lecture by Kathleen Maas Weigert. University Research Professor.
  • Montaigne, God, and Other

    MONTAIGNE, GOD, AND OTHER March 30, 2010 Dr. David Posner, Associate Professor, Department of Modern Languages, Loyola University Chicago.
  • Women of the Word Colloquium Part 1

    November 12, 2009 Presented by The Joan and Bill Hank Center for the Catholic Intellectual Heritage with assistance from The Francis and Ann Curran Center for American Catholic Studies, Fordham University, The Gannon Center for Women and Leadership, Loyola University Chicago.
  • Women of the Word Colloquium Part 2

    November 12, 2009 Presented by The Joan and Bill Hank Center for the Catholic Intellectual Heritage with assistance from The Francis and Ann Curran Center for American Catholic Studies, Fordham University, The Gannon Center for Women and Leadership, Loyola University Chicago.
  • Women of the Word Colloquium Part 3

    November 12, 2009 Presented by The Joan and Bill Hank Center for the Catholic Intellectual Heritage with assistance from The Francis and Ann Curran Center for American Catholic Studies, Fordham University, The Gannon Center for Women and Leadership, Loyola University Chicago.
  • Women of the Word Colloquium Part 4

    November 12, 2009 Presented by The Joan and Bill Hank Center for the Catholic Intellectual Heritage with assistance from The Francis and Ann Curran Center for American Catholic Studies, Fordham University, The Gannon Center for Women and Leadership, Loyola University Chicago
  • Spring Irish Festival: Celtic Sites and Sounds Part 1

    SPRING IRISH FESTIVAL: CELTIC SITES AND SOUNDS March 16, 2010 Celtic Sites: Messages and Missions: Communication Among Celtic Churches Dr. Benjamin Hudson, Professor of History and Medieval Studies, Pennsylvania State University. Respondents: Dr. Jennifer Ash and Dr. Allen Frantzen, Department of English, Loyola University Chicago.
  • Spring Irish Festival: Celtic Sites and Sounds Part 2

    SPRING IRISH FESTIVAL: CELTIC SITES AND SOUNDS March 16, 2010 Celtic Sounds: The Music of What Happens: The Irish Harp in Myth and Neuroscience Fr. Richard Woods, O.P. Lund-Gill Chair, Professor of Theology, Dominican University. Irish harp performance by Aislinn Gagliardi.
  • Spring Irish Festival: Celtic Sites and Sounds Part 3

    SPRING IRISH FESTIVAL: CELTIC SITES AND SOUNDS March 16, 2010 Celtic Sounds: The Music of What Happens: The Irish Harp in Myth and Neuroscience Fr. Richard Woods, O.P. Lund-Gill Chair, Professor of Theology, Dominican University. Irish harp performance by Aislinn Gagliardi.
  • Paths to Muslim-Christian Dialogue

    September 17, 2009 Paths to Muslim-Christian Dialogue: The Role of Forgiveness in Islamic Jurisprudence Dr. Russell Powell, Associate Professor of Law, Seattle University School of Law
  • "Reawakening to the Relationship Between Study and Worship"

    Reawakening to the Relationship Between Study and Worship October 29, 2009 Fr. John C. Haughey, S.J., Senior Fellow, Woodstock Theological Center, Georgetown University
  • "'God, if you are up there, prove it': Eugene O’Neill and the Absence of God"

    "'God, if you are up there, prove it': Eugene O'Neill and the Absence of God" Dr. Jonathan C. Wilson, Dept. of Fine and Performing Arts February 16, 2009
  • Of Elves and Angels: J.R.R. Tolkien as a Catholic Thinker

    "Of Elves and Angels: J.R.R. Tolkien as a Catholic Thinker" Dr. Mark McIntosh, Dept. of Theology January 29, 2009
  • Augustine on the Legacy of Plato's Academy

    "Augustine on the Legacy of Plato's Academy" Dr. Blake Dutton, Dept. of Philosophy October 23, 2008
  • Jesuits and Science Part 1

    "The Kerala School, Jesuits, and Calculus" Dr. George Gheverghese Joseph, University of Manchester
  • Jesuits and Science Part 2

    "The Jesuit as a Scientist" Dr. Mordechai Feingold, California Institute of Technology
  • Jesuits and Science Part 3

    Panel Responses Dr. Florence Hsia, University of Wisconsin-Madison Dr. Eli Maor, Loyola University Chicago Dr. Paul Mueller, S.J., Loyola University Chicago
  • Don Quijote de la Mancha: Conflicted Catholic?

    Dr. Carole Holdsworth is Professor of Spanish Literature in the Department of Modern Languages at Loyola University Chicago. Her research interests are the contemporary novel, Don Quijote and Modernismo.
  • Gifford Lecturers’ Panel: Introduction

    Panel Introduction (12:07) October 24, 2007 Introductions by: * Edmondo Lupieri. John Cardinal Cody Endowed Chair * Michael Schuck, Ph. D. Associate Professor; Director of the Joan and Bill Hank Center for Catholic Intellectual Heritage * John McCarthy, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Section Coordinator of Constructive Theology
  • Gifford Lecturers’ Panel: Professor J. Wentzel van Huyssteen

    Professor J. Wentzel van Huyssteen (18:18) October 24, 2007 James I. McCord Professor of Theology and Science Princeton Theological Seminary. Professor van Huyssteen delivered the Gifford Lectures in 2004.
  • Gifford Lecturers’ Panel: Professor Ralph McInerny

    Professor Ralph McInerny (23:14) October 24, 2007 Michael P. Grace Professor of Medieval Studies and Professor of Philosophy, University of Notre Dame. Professor McInerny delivered the Gifford Lectures in 1999.
  • Gifford Lecturers’ Panel: Professor Michael Ruse

    Professor Michael Ruse (25:16) October 24, 2007 Lucyle T. Werkmeister Professor of Philosophy and Director of History of Science, Florida State University. Professor Ruse delivered the Gifford Lectures in 2001
  • Gifford Lecturers’ Panel: Jeremy Campbell

    Jeremy Campbell (33:54) October 24, 2007 Author of The Many Faces of God: Science's 400-Year Quest for Images of the Divine (W.W. Norton, 2006). Former Washington correspondent for the London Evening Standard.
  • Gifford Lecturers' Panel: Responses and Discussion

    Panel Responses and Discussion (1:25:10) October 24, 2007
  • Science and Worship: God, Time, and the Vatican Observatory

    William Stoeger, S.J. Father Stoeger is an astrophysicist on the staff of the Vatican Observatory, specializing in theoretical cosmology, high-energy astrophysics, and interdisciplinary studies relating to science, philosophy, and theology.