Sculpture in the Age of the Donatello
Ends June 14
Twenty-three masterpieces of early Florentine Renaissance sculpture—most never seen outside Italy—will be exhibited at MOBIA as the centerpiece of the Museum’s tenth anniversary season.
The Rise of the Technocratic Society
A discussion on the history of contemporary Western culture with Dr. Michael Hanby, professor of Religion and Philosophy of Science, John Paul II Institute at the Catholic University of America and Dr. Carlo Lancellotti, Professor of Mathematics, CUNY, editor and translator of The Crisis of Modernity by Augusto Del Noce.
Becoming a Better Confessor
Guided by the wisdom of the Thomistic tradition, this fourth annual summer conference will consist of practical talks and roundtable discussions on issues of immediate relevance to the life of contemporary priests.
Time's Glory: Seasons of Faith and Culture in English Catholicism
Merrimack, New Hampshire & Oxford, England
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.
Zephyr Institute: First Principles High School Seminar
Menlo Park, California
August 15, 2015
The First Principles High School Seminar is an intense one-day seminar for rising high school juniors and seniors interested in exploring the philosophical foundations of truth and goodness, and the first principles undergirding a good and purposeful life.
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