Conferences and Lectures

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From John Paul II to Benedict XVI: What Makes an Education Catholic?

Saturday, April 5, 2008
Episcopal Lecture Series
Featured Guest Lecturer: Archbishop J. Michael Miller, CSB


Light on the Corporate Enterprise? Catholic Social Thought on Corporations' Character, Global Reach and on Responsible Investing

November 4, 2006


Reflections on Benedict XVI's Deus Caritas Est

May 3, 2006 
Most Reverend  Allen H. Vigneron
Bishop, Diocese of Oakland, California


Partners In A Sacred Trust: The Church And The Worker In The Modern World

October 30, 2004 


Catholic Perspectives on Corporate Governance: A Conversation

December 6, 2002


Following De La Salle: Education For The Christian Vocation

March 2-3, 2001


An Evening with Jack Henning & Chris Matthews

October 29, 1999
Chris Matthews
Host: Hardball


Catholic Social Thought in the Academy: Engaging the Disciplines

March 12-12, 1999


Lecture Series

January, 1999


  • Denis McCann
    What's God Got To Do With It: Traces of the Trinity in Businesses and Other Learning Organizations
    Professor of Religious Studies, DePaul University        
  • James Gordley 
    The Ethics of Profit Seeking: Economics and the Cardinal Virtues
    Shannon Cecil Turner Professor of Jurisprudence, UC Berkeley School of Law
  • Ellen O'Connor
    Rehabilitation vs. Participation: Early 20th Century Debates Over the Moral Purpose of the Firm
    Lecturer, Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley


In Work, Leisure And Worship:  The Person In Catholic Social Thought

February 20-21,  1998


Lost Traditions: Management Theory As A Form Of Moral And Political Philosophy

April 9, 1997
Ellen O’Connor
Visiting Scholar, Stanford University


Labor, Solidarity and the Common Good

January 18, 1997