Saturday, September 01, 2007


Friday and Saturday, October 26-27, 2007

The St. John’s University School of Law
8000 Utopia Parkway
Jamaica, Queens, New York 11439

This is going to be a huge event with dozens of panels and speakers. Anyone who wants to attend has to pay a $50 registration fee. You can email me for the details of how to register. I am not a member of the Society, however, I will be in a panel discussion on Catholic blogging. I will post more on that another time. Here are the panels on Friday:

Panel One: Italian American Catholic Studies
Panel Two: University Faculty for Life and Its Long Island Chapter: Goals, History, Activities, and Future
Panel Three: Eastern Catholicism in the United States
Panel Four: Key Issues Affecting the American Family, the Church, and the Nation
Panel Five: The Contributions of Dietrich von Hildebrand
Panel Six: The New Evangelization in the U.S
Panel Seven: The Contribution of Francis Canavan, S.J.
Panel Eight: Contemporary Catholicism Around the Globe
Panel Nine: “Today’s Culture and Its Effects on Psychotherapy Practice”
Panel Ten: Edith Stein: Saint and Feminist
Panel Eleven: Topics in Economics and Catholicism: I
Panel Twelve : Humble and Heroic: The Academic Career of Salvatore J. LaGumina
Panel Thirteen: Catholic Contributions in Providing Diversity Within Public Higher Education
Panel Fourteen: Evangelization Efforts in the Dioceses of Rockville Centre and Brooklyn
Panel Sixteen: The Campaign for the International Right to Abortion in International Institutions
Panel Seventeen: The Legacy of John Paul II
Panel Eighteen: Toward A Theology of Work
Panel Nineteen: Catholic Social Teaching Applied: Some Irish Contributions
Panel Twenty: Abortion, Contraception, and the Future of the Catholic Church in the United States: The Need for a Comprehensive and Authentic Program in Catholic Education and Communication
Panel Twenty-One: The Society of St. Vincent de Paul—Embracing All Works of Charity: Blessed Frederic Ozanam’s Legacy

Those are the panels for Friday after which the Keynote Address will be given by Dr. William Donohue of The Catholic League. Following that will be remarks by Archbishop Charles Chaput of Denver. Later I will post the panels for Saturday.

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