Seminars

Whether you're a life-long Catholic or just beginning your search for answers to issues of life, purpose, or faith, you will find something to aid you on life's journey. You were made to know God.

All seminars are FREE and open to all students at the University of Kansas.

[And hey, there's always some food and drink to feed the body as well as the mind!]

 
 

FALL 2018

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Introduction to Catholicism

Sundays - 6:45pm

@ Room 201/202

 
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The GEnius of Women

Thursdays - 6:00-6:50pm

@ the Rectory

From its earliest days the Catholic Church has had a host of women inspiring the ordinary faithful. These women are artists, martyrs, philosophers, poets, mystics. They come from every walk of life. They speak to us today. Come discover what Pope St. John Paul II the "Genius of Women".

 
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medical ethics

Wednesdays - 4:00-4:50pm

@ the Rectory with Dr. Luke Murray

In this graduate student seminar, Dr. Murray will lead a discussion on medical ethics, explaining the Church’s position on contemporary ‘hot topics.' Drawing on the both the Church’s intellectual tradition as well as the findings of contemporary scientists, philosophers, and theologians, Dr. Murray will explain why the Church teaches what she does on contraception, abortion, assisted suicide, brain death, and gender dysphoria, among others. The seminar will begin by discussing Mary Eberstadt’s book Adam and Eve after the Pill: Paradoxes of the sexual Revolution,  before moving to a discussion of individual topics. Students from all backgrounds are welcome to attend.