Posts Tagged ‘School of Catholic Thought’

Podcast of 2/10/15 Lecture and Discussion of Pius XI’s Great Encyclical, Quadragesimo Anno: On Reconstruction of the Social Order

Monday, July 11th, 2016

Here is posted the podcast of the just-completed edit of the 2/10/15 talk entitled, Pius XI & Quadragesimo Anno: On Reconstruction of the Social Order, which was presented as part of the School of Catholic Thought at the St. John Paul II Catholic Newman Center in Chicago.

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Podcast on St. Thomas Aquinas from 1/28/15, From Herring to Prudence

Monday, September 7th, 2015

I presented free talk entitled “St. Thomas Aquinas: From Herring to Prudence,” at the St. John Paul II Newman Center on Wednesday, January 28, 2015, after evening Mass at the St. John Paul II Newman Center Library, 700 S. Morgan St. Chicago, info@schoolofcatholicthought.org, 312-226-1880.

Here’s the link for the podcast.

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Podcast on St. Catherine of Siena, Doctor of the Church, on Her Feast, 4/29

Wednesday, April 29th, 2015

Here’s a podcast on St. Catherine of Siena, whose feast is 4/29, from the School of Catholic Thought at the St. John Paul II Catholic Newman Center in Chicago.

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Free Talk: St. Katharine Drexel, Friend of the Oppressed

Sunday, March 1st, 2015

I’ll be presenting a free talk entitled St. Katharine Drexel, Friend of the Oppressed for the School of Catholic Thought at the St. John Paul II Newman Center at 6PM Tuesday, March 3, 2015, after evening Mass at the St. John Paul II Newman Center Library, 700 S. Morgan St. Chicago, info@schoolofcatholicthought.org, 312-226-1880. Here’s the announcement in PDF format.

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A podcast of the completed talk will be posted here. For more about St. Katharine Drexel, please visit the website of the order she founded, the Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament.

I chose the subtitle “Friend of the Oppressed,” because it recalls the book on St. Katharine Drexel by African American Catholic author Ellen Tarry, 1906-2008, one of the founding co-directors of Friendship House, Chicago in 1942.

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Free Talk: Pius XI & Quadragesimo Anno: On Reconstruction of the Social Order

Sunday, February 1st, 2015

I’ll be presenting a free talk entitled “Pius XI & Quadragesimo Anno: On Reconstruction of the Social Order,” for the School of Catholic Thought at the St. John Paul II Newman Center at 6PM Tuesday, February 10, 2015, after evening Mass at the St. John Paul II Newman Center Library, 700 S. Morgan St. Chicago, info@schoolofcatholicthought.org, 312-226-1880. Here’s the announcement in PDF format.

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A podcast of the completed talk will be posted here. Here’s the link for Quadragesimo Anno, the great 1931 encyclical of Pius XI.

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Podcast on St. Thomas Aquinas: From Herring to Prudence

Sunday, February 1st, 2015

I presented free talk entitled “St. Thomas Aquinas: From Herring to Prudence,” at the St. John Paul II Newman Center on Wednesday, January 28, 2015, after evening Mass at the St. John Paul II Newman Center Library, 700 S. Morgan St. Chicago, info@schoolofcatholicthought.org, 312-226-1880. Here’s the flyer for the talk in PDF format.

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Here’s the link for the podcast.

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Podcast of 11/6/14 Lecture and Discussion of Leo XIII’s Great Encyclical, On the Rights & Duties of Capital & Labor, Rerum Novarum

Saturday, November 15th, 2014

Here is posted the podcast of the just-completed 11/06/14 talk entitled, Leo XIII and His Great Encyclical, On the Rights & Duties of Capital & Labor, Rerum Novarum, which was presented as part of the School of Catholic Thought at the St. John Paul II Catholic Newman Center in Chicago.

Fittingly, this is the thirteenth School of Catholic Thought podcast posted!

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Talk on Thursday, 11/6/14, at St. John Paul II Newman Center on Leo XIII and his On the Rights & Duties of Capital & Labor (Rerum Novarum)

Tuesday, October 28th, 2014

I’ll be presenting a free talk entitled “Leo XIII and his On the Working Classes (Rerum Novarum),” for the School of Catholic Thought at the St. John Paul II Newman Center at 6PM Thursday, November 6, 2014, after evening Mass at the St. John Paul II Newman Center Library, 700 S. Morgan St. Chicago, info@schoolofcatholicthought.org, 312-226-1880. Here’s the announcement in PDF format.

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A podcast of the now completed talk is posted here. Here’s the link for Rerum Novarum, the great 1891 encyclical of Leo XIII.

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Podcast of 10/07/14 Talk on St. John XXIII and his Pacem in Terris

Saturday, October 11th, 2014

Just in time for today’s 10/11/14 first feast of the newly canonized St. John XXIII, I’ve posted the podcast of the just-completed 10/07/14 talk entitled, St. John XXIII and his Pacem in Terris, which was presented as part of the School of Catholic Thought at the St. John Paul II Catholic Newman Center in Chicago.

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