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Challenging the Tenure Laws in New York State: Why or Why Not?
March 26
A discussion with lawyers who represent both sides of the Davids vs. New York lawsuit challenging New York's teacher tenure and seniority laws will take place at the Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute at Hunter College.

Adapting to Modernity or Taming It? Catholicism's Laborious Relationship with Liberalism
April 9
A seminar explaining the ideological and political trajectory of Catholicism in contemporary Europe, at Columbia University's  Institute for Religion, Culture, and Public Life.


Our Common Concern for the Least Among Us
April 20
His Eminence Sean Patrick Cardinal O'Malley is Archbishop of the Diocese of Boston and was named Cardinal by Pope Benedict XVI in 2006. He will deliver the Quasquicentennial Lecture at Gordon College.

The Gospel of Life and a ‘Church in Permanent Mission'
April 28
George Weigel will deliver the Richard Collier Memorial Lecture at St. Paul's, Princeton, Tuesday, April 28th, 7 pm. 

Time's Glory: Seasons of Faith and Culture in English Catholicism (Merrimack, NH & Oxford, England)
August 1–20
The Centre for Faith & Culture summer school explores the history, literature, and spirituality of Catholic England. The course culminates with an in-depth look at the Christian writers of the later 19th and 20th century who constituted a Catholic literary revival. Read more here—look under the “Summer School” tab.



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