Michael Rossmann, S.J.
WHAT SHOULD I DO?”
MAKING DECISIONS WITH
THE WISDOM OF ST. IGNATIUS
March 10, 2020
What should I be doing with my life? What comes next? Everybody’s got a burning question! We know it is important to make good decisions, but we often don’t know how. Fortunately, there’s help. St. Ignatius of Loyola was a master decision maker. His “rules for discernment” are practice tools that have helped countless people make good decisions for nearly 500 years and he can help you too!
Catherine Pakaluk, Ph.D
Soulmates and Other Myths About the Family in America
October 9, 2019
Why “soulmate” marriage is undermining marriage? How the interest of parents is not always aligned with the interest of kids. How the real “fault lines” in American society are not political, but familial.
"Since the Creator of all things has established the conjugal partnership as the beginning and basis of human society," the family is "the first and vital cell of society." - Pope John Paul II "Familiaris Consortio"
Relationships: It's Complicated
April 9, 2019
Are you tired of the games, tired of the heartache, and exhausted from the drama?
Do you feel the pressure to be perfect and the endless chase to keep up and not be left behind, or left alone?
Can drama-free relationships exist?
Today’s dating scene is more complicated than ever. Sarah Swafford helped students encounter who Jesus is calling us to be in all our relationships. Sarah targeted this struggle within by setting forth a vision for virtue in the twenty-first century, one that focuses on beginning with the end in mind, building what will last, and staying off the “Emoticoaster.”
Dr. Jay Richards
The Human Advantage: The Future of Work in the Digital Age
October 23, 2018
Dr. Hugo Esteva
Science, Faith and Higher Education with Dr. Hugo Esteva
June 18, 2018
Dr. Hugo Esteva, an internationally recognized cardiologist from Argentina presented on the challenges between science and faith in higher education. He reflected on the life of Alexis Carrel
(Catholic French surgeon working in the U.S. who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine).
David Anders, Ph.D.
Called to Communion
March 3, 2018
Dr. Anders reflected on the distinctions of Catholicism he discovered and why those are appealing and liberating. He weighed in on the Catholic intellectual tradition and the Catholic worldview, and their relevance to students. David Anders is A Catholic catechist, speaker, writer and host of the EWTN radio program Called to Communion. Small group discussions followed dinner and lecture.