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American Education and the Separation of Church and State: Fact vs. Fiction
Thursday, December 4
New York, NY: The CUNY Institute for Education Policy will host this discussion, featuring Philip Hamburger and Matthew Yellin, at the Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute at Hunter College.

Singing Through the Liturgical Year
Thursday, December 4
New York, NY: Revered Peter M. J. Stravinskas, Ph.D, S.T.D will be leading this new series to guide participants through the various seasons by presenting on some of the most popular hymns in Latin and English. Each session will include singing the selected hymns. Meetings will take place at 263 Mulberry Street, the Parish House of St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral.

Aesthetics and Culture: Maritain, Modernity, and Beauty
Saturday, December 6
New York, NY: The Catholic Artists Society and the Thomistic Institute present this lecture by Professor Thomas S. Hibbs of Baylor University.  The event will take place at NYU’s Catholic Center.

In the Service of the Word: The Catholic Media & The New Evangelization Symposium
Saturday, December 13
New York, NY: This all-day event, which will take place at St. Joseph’s Seminary and College in Dunwoodie, Yonkers, New York, will begin with a mass and be followed by an opening session in which the editors from National Catholic Reporter, U.S. Catholic, Commonweal, First Things and America will offer their perspectives on mission. After lunch, a panel discussion will be led by James Martin, S.J., Editor at Large of America.


Lux in Tenebris: Advent Encounters with Art
9–13 December
Orleans, MA: An Artist’s retreat set in the season of Advent, offering an opportunity to explore Art and the Incarnation.

The Catholic Roots of Religious Freedom
20–21 February
Birmingham, AL: Robert Louis Wilken will deliver this lecture at Beeson Divinity School. More details to come.

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