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Gudorf Chair in Catholic Intellectual Traditions

Catholic Intellectual Traditions Lecture Series

The Catholic Intellectual Traditions Lecture Series features writers, thinkers and creators from a variety of disciplines and professions who engage in reflection upon matters—contemporary or historical, granular or grand—related to the developing, complex conversation that is CIT. If you have a suggestion for a featured speaker, please send it to gudorfcit@udayton.edu.

Past Events
Songs of Faith, Songs of Freedom: Sr. Thea Bowman and Black Sacred Song

Time and Date: 6:30 p.m., November 10, 2020

In celebration of Black Catholic History Month, Dr. Kim Harris, Assistant Professor of African American Thought and Practice in the Department of Theological Studies at Loyola Marymount University, presented “Songs of Faith, Songs of Freedom: Sr. Thea Bowman & Black Sacred Song.” Dr. Harris invites us to think more about Servant of God Sr. Thea in the context of Black Catholicism, as well as larger questions about the relationship of the Church to structures of racism.

Sponsored by the Fr. Ferree Chair in Social Justice, the Gudorf Chair in Catholic Intellectual Traditions, and the University Professor of Faith and Culture. 

 

Cultivating a New Center in a Time of Division

A conversation with Dr. Damian Costello, author of Black Elk: Colonialism and Lakota Catholicism. This event was held place virtually Monday, October 12, 2020. It was sponsored by the Gudorf Chair in Catholic Intellectual Traditions and the Spearin Chair in Catholic Theology. Download event flyer (pdf) >

Beyond the Bonnet
On Monday, April 6, 2020, playwright and screenwriter Dorothy Fortenberry discusses her work and Catholic faith. This event is free and open to the public.
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