The Marquette Lonergan Project will sponsor the first in a series of annual colloquia addressing the subject ‘Doing Systematic Theology in a Multireligious World’ October 29-30 in the Raynor Library Conference Center (map). This is free and open to the public.
Thursday, 4 PM: Robert M. Doran, S.J., Ph.D., ‘What Is the Gift of the Holy Spirit?’ (This will also be the Doerr Chair Lecture for 2009.) A reception will follow.
Friday, 10 AM: Dr. John Dadosky, ‘Methodological Presuppositions for Engaging the Other in the Post-Vatican II Church: Contributions from Ignatius and Lonergan.’ Marquette theology professors Danielle Nussberger, D. Stephen Long, and Irfan Omar will address Professors Doran’s and Dadosky’s lectures. Immediately following the lecture John D. Dodosky, from Regis College of the University of Toronto, will present Fr. Doran with a Festschrift in his honor. This is being published by the Marquette University Press and is edited by Dadosky.
Friday 2 PM: Rev. Darren Dias, O.P., St. Michael’s College, Toronto, ‘Trinitarian Theology and Religious Diversity: Finding a Systematic Framework.’ Marquette theology graduate students Jeremy Blackwood, Juliana Vazquez, and John Volk will address Professor Dias’s paper.
Contact Fr. Robert Doran, S.J. for more information at (414) 288-3164 or Robert.email@example.com.