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New York:

Collegium Institute for Catholic Thought & Culture: “Markets & Morality? Jewish, Catholic and Protestant Perspectives”
April 26, 6:00 pm
Co-sponsored by First Things, this event at the Penn Club will include cocktails and a panel discussion.

The Russo Family Lecture: Endangered: Religious Minorities in the Middle East and Their Struggle for Survival”
May 10, 6:00 pm
Sponsored by Fordham's Center on Religion and Culture, this lecture will explore what the prospects and future may look like for those of religious minorities in the Middle East such as Christians, Jews, and Yazidis.

The Human Life Review: “One Spring Night”
May 19, 6:30 pm
“New Wave Feminists”, a duo of young women, will present a refreshing and engaging view on feminism through satire and anecdotes. The event costs $30, which includes a year's subscription to the Human Life Review, and is at the Church of the Holy Family on 315 East 47th Street.

Magnificant Foundation: Not Born Bad: The Catholic Truth About Original Sin”
May 21, 6:30 pm
Archbishop Joseph Augustine Di Noia will be delivering the 2016 Edward Cardinal Egan Lecture. The lecture and reception will be held at the NYU Catholic Center. Register here to attend.

The Orthodox Christian Studies Center of Fordham University: Tradition, Secularization, Fundamentalism: Orthodox/Catholic Encounters”
June 23-25, 6:30 pm
This Patterson Triennial Conference will examine how different groups of Christians are responding to the perceived threat of secularization. Housing in the dorms is available on a first-come, first-served basis.


The Saint Paul's Outreach 2016 Benefit Banquet: Abundant Life (John 10:10)
April 28, 6:00 pm
Saint Paul's Outreach will be celebrating their ministry this year and honoring Robert P. George with the Servant Leader Award. The Benefit Banquet will take place in Belleville, New Jersey and you can purchase tickets or donate here.

REMUS, America Magazine, Imitatio: “Principles and Practice: René Girard, Politics, Religion, & Violence
May 24-28, Various Times
This co-sponsored panel discussion will be on René Girard's thought from both theological and anthropological perspectives. The event will be taking place at multiple locations including: Union Theological Seminary, Boston College, and Hope College.

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