A human and Christian intelligence for today
We have to dedicate ourselves to the mission of human and Christian intelligence in the world of today. It is an open intelligence that has is not afraid of wide horizons because it fears the narrowness of the mind. It is a deep intelligence, that is not afraid to go to the root of matters because it fears superficiality. It is an intelligence that moves, that is not afraid to live a yearning for truth because it fears the slavery of immediacy and appearances. It is a brave intelligence that is not afraid of being non-conformist because it fears generalized opinions without discernment. It is an intelligence faithful to what drives it from within because it fears what could prevent its capability to go on. It is a creative intelligence, that is not afraid to explore new ground and new areas of knowledge, but fears intellectual sterility and the sleeping of intelligence.
Alberto Hurtado Centre for Faith and Culture
i Martedì alla Gregoriana
Russia (1937-1938). Ortodossi e cattolici uniti nella testimonianza suprema
Fr. Milan Žust SJ
Fr. Germano Marani SJ
Set of Conferences: L’unità fra cristiani in cammino
Faculty of Social Sciences, Seminario Permanente di Studi "Giuseppe Vedovato" sull'Etica nelle Relazioni Internazionali
Presentazione degli Atti del Convegno Internazionale
Giulio Cipollone (ed), La sfida delle migrazioni: rischi e opportunità, Gangemi Editore, 2015.
Faculty of Social Sciences
Set of Public Lectures about the "Laudato si" Encyclical of Pope Francis
Prof. Stefano Semplici, University of Rome "Tor Vergata"
Introduction: Mr. Paolo Conversi
Will be present: Fr. Jacquineau Azetsop SJ
Cardinal Bea Centre for Judaic Studies, National Office for Ecumenism and Interreligious Dialogue of the Bishops' Conference of Italy
Series of Lectures in Memory and Celebration: 50 Years with Nostra Aetate
Biblical Insights into the Frictions Between Memory, Forgetting and Forgiveness
Prof. Yair Zakovitch, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Fr. Innocenzo Gargano OSB Cam, Pontifical Urbaniana University
The Lecture will be in English and Italian; Simultaneous translation will be provided