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The Carondelet Lecture Series is devoted to exploring how Catholic thought may engage a pluralistic world. It is an activity of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet Endowed Chair in Catholic Thought at Fontbonne University and is co-sponsored by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, St. Louis Province.
2012: "Faithful Citizenship: A Forum on Religion and Public Life" with R.R. Reno, Julie Rubio, William T. Cavanaugh, and John Langan, S.J., October 4, 2012.
John L. Allen, Jr. (National Catholic Reporter and CNN), “Mega-trends in Catholicism: Ten Forces Turning the Catholic Church Upside Down,” April 10, 2007.
Archbishop Wilton Gregory (Archdiocese of Atlanta), “Exploring the Jewish/Christian Dialogue,” October 2, 2007.
Margaret O’Brien Steinfels (Fordham University), “Remembering Where We Came From: American Catholics and Global Development,” November 14, 2008.
Elizabeth Johnson, CSJ (Fordham University), “Quest for the Living God,” October 6, 2009.
M. Shawn Copeland, Ph.D. (Boston College) “African American Culture and Happiness,” October 20, 2010.
Stanley Hauerwas, Ph.D. (Duke University) “Disability: An Attempt to Think With,” October 17, 2011.