With the support of the Centre for Catholic Studies - Seton Hall University

To consult the Website of the Centre for Catholic Studies - Seton Hall University

To consult the Magazine La Gregoriana Web Page

Bernard Lonergan and the Second Vatican Council, p.20 To consult this paper (issue 43 - special issue in English - 2013)

 

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The poster  To consult the poster of the Conference

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Talks and panel discussions will be in both English and Italian with simultaneous translation

Scientific Committee

bullet Prof. Rosanna Finamore, PUG

bullet Fr. Massimo Pampaloni SJ, Pontifical Oriental Institute

bullet Fr. Michael Paul Gallagher SJ, PUG

bullet Fr. Tim Healy SJ, PUG

bullet Fr. Bryan Lobo SJ, PUG

bullet Fr. Gerard Whelan SJ, PUG

bullet Fr. Lubos Rojka SJ, PUG

bullet Fr. Gaetano Piccolo SJ, Aloisianum Philosophical Institute, Padua

bullet Fr. Franco Imoda SJ, PUG

How to rearch the Pontifical Gregorian University

For Enquiries:

Fr. Gerard Whelan SJ

lonergan@unigre.it

Revisiting Lonergan's Anthropology

Rome, November 27-30, 2013 - International Conference

Fifty years after the opening of Vatican II, this conference seeks to promote a rediscovery of the Christian anthropology of Bernard Lonergan, professor in the Gregorian 1953-65, and author of Insight: A Study in human Understanding and Method in Theology.

Registration fee is 30,00 Euros, which includes the dinner on November 29th 2013, to be paid at the registration desk on the first day of the conference (November 27th, 4:00pm).

Registration for the conference is obligatory.

Wednesday 27th November 2013

4.00pm - Registration

5.00pm - Welcome and Introduction

Fr. François-Xavier Dumortier SJ, Rector of Pontifical Gregorian University

5.30pm - Keynote speech

Lonergan's Quest for a Hermeneutics of Authenticity

Fred Lawrence, Boston College

6.30pm - Drinks Reception

Thursday 28th November 2013

9.00am - 12.30am - Lectures

Lonergan’s Gregorian Years: Deepening his Anthropology

Matthew Lamb, Ave Maria University, Florida

Respondent

Rosanna Finamore, Pontifical Gregorian University

10.30am - 11.00am - Coffee break

Studying the Early Church Councils - With Orthodox Christians

Massimo Pampaloni SJ, Pontifical Oriental Institute, Rome

Respondent

Jeremy Wilkins, Lonergan Research Institute, Toronto

12.30am - Break

3.30pm - 5.00pm - Workshop groups
5.00pm - Light Refeshments
5.30pm - 7.00pm - Panel Discussion

Understanding the Religious Other

Ivo Coelho SDB (Ratisbonne Monastery, Jerusalem)

Chae Young Kim (Sogang University, Korea)

Catherine Clifford (St. Paul’s University, Ottawa)

Friday 29th November 2013

9.00am - 12.30am - Lectures

Lonergan and Interreligious Dialogue

Neil Ormerod, Australian Catholic University

Respondent

Philipp Renczes SJ, Pontifical Gregorian University

10.30am - 11.00am - Coffee break

Lonergan as Therapy for Confused Cultures

Michael Paul Gallagher SJ, Pontifical Gregorian University

Respondent

Joseph Ogbonnaya, Marquette University, USA

12.30am - Break

3.30pm - 5.00pm - Workshop groups
5.00pm - Light Refeshments
5.30pm - 7.00pm - Panel Discussion

Social Science and "the Healing of History"

Tim Healy SJ (Pontifical Gregorian University)

William Sullivan (International Association of Catholic Bioethicists, Toronto)

Paul van Geest (University of Tilburg, Netherlands)

7.20pm - Conference Dinner (please check your registration)

Saturday 30th November 2013

9.30am - 11.00am - Panel Discussion

Lonergan and the University

Richard Liddy (Seton Hall University, USA)

Francisco Galán (Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico)

Anthony Kelly CSSR (Australian Catholic University)

11.00am - 11.30am - Coffee break

11.30am - 12.30am - Plenary Discussion

The Way forward?