The Theology Department hosts many events each academic year. The New Frontiers series of lectures showcases current scholarship by members of the department. During departmental colloquia, we invite guests to review works recently published by members of the Theology department. Our "Theology Night Live" topics draw hundreds of students and members from the community together for pizza and conversation about a variety of theological topics. We have also hosted conferences on Vatican II that have drawn audiences from all over this country and internationally. Visit also our events archive.
Upcoming Department Events
University Ethics Reading Group sponsored by the Institute for Catholicism and Citizenship and the Office for Mission
Citizens are concerned about practices in higher education, and as a Catholic university, our mission challenges us to provide a valuable witness that promotes the common good. Read More
The Church of Pope Francis: Theological and Practical Responses to Laudato Si'
Erin Lothes will speak on "The Church of Pope Francis: Theological and Practical Responses to Laudato Si'" on May 4, 2016 at 7pm in Woulfe Alumni Hall (third floor of the Anderson Student Center).
Lothes is an assistant professor of theology at the College of St. Elizabeth. She has written about the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace’s recently-published Energy, Justice and Peace: A Reflection on Energy in the Current Context of Development and Environmental Protection, and she coordinated the “Discipleship and Sustainability” Interest Group of the Catholic Theological Society of America, resulting in “Catholic Moral Traditions and Energy Ethics for the Twenty-First Century,” Journal of Moral Theology. Her forthcoming book, Inspired Sustainability: Planting Seeds for Action (Orbis April 2016), analyzes the motivations driving environmental advocacy in diverse American congregations.