New York, New York

All Saints’ Vigil
Tuesday, October 31
Illuminated by candle light in the beautiful Gothic church of St. Vincent Ferrer, the Vigil will include the opportunity to venerate relics of the saints, hear readings and songs associated with several saints, and pray the litany of the saints while walking in a procession. The Vigil, held at 7 p.m., will be followed by a festive reception. More information can be found here

St. John's Center for Law and Religion 2017 Tradition Project Lecture: Tradition, Culture, and Citizenship
Thursday, November 2
St. John's Center for Law and Religion invites you to a lecture delivered by writer and philosopher Sir Roger Scruton. Please RSVP here by October 27. 

Should the Church Rethink the Merits of Free Markets? 
Tuesday, November 7
The King’s College presents an evening with R. R. Reno of First Things and Fr. Robert Sirico of the Acton Institute, held at the Princeton Club. More information can be found here

The Tyranny of Identity Politics
Thursday, November 9
The Claremont Institute presents a panel discussion featuring Charles Kesler, editor of the Claremont Review of Books; Mark Lilla, professor at Columbia University; and Heather Mac Donald, senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute. The panel will examine the political and moral threat of identity politics and the means necessary to reinstate and protect the motto on which our republic stands: e pluribus unum. More information can be found here

The 2017 Hesburgh Lecture: Islam, the Catholic Faith and the Future of the World
Thursday, November 9
The Notre Dame Club of New York presents a lecture by Gabriel Reynolds, PhD, Theology, of the University of Notre Dame. The lecture will be held at St. Francis of Assisi Church. More information can be found here

Villanova, Pennsylvania

Catholicism and the Morality of Markets
Wednesday, November 8
Join R. R. Reno and Fr. Robert Sirico at Villanova University for a moderated discussion that will engage in important questions about free societies and human flourishing, and the economic structures that facilitate a virtuous society. More information can be found here

Washington, D. C. 

Here I Stand: Conscience, Reformation, and Religious Freedom Across the Centuries
Wednesday, November 1
The Berkeley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs at Georgetown University presents a symposium to examine the new notions of religious liberty unleashed by the Reformation, as well as how Christianity as a whole has unleashed distinctive and powerful principles of conscience and freedom across its 2,000-year history. More information can be found here

Holland, Michigan

Trump and the Future of American Democracy
Thursday, November 16
Join Kirk on Campus for a spirited conversation about how the American conservative and progressive movements have been reshaped by the Trump presidency, and what it means for the future. Speakers include Ross Douthat of the New York Times and First Things senior editor Mark Bauerlein. More information can be found here

Dallas, Texas

Between Self and Soul: On Being Both More and Less than We Think We Are
Wednesday, November 8
First Things presents a public lecture by poet, critic, and professor James Matthew Wilson, held at the Covenant School in Dallas, Texas. More information can be found here

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