Faith & Reason Lecture Series
Falling in Love with the Good, Beautiful, & True.
Author and Professor of Literature Dr. Michael Mack delivers a lecture on Hamlet.
The Faith & Reason Lecture Series was born of the spirit of Faith & Reason, the academic journal of Christendom College. The mission of the journal and this series is to create an educated Catholic laity, a laity in love with all that is good, beautiful, and true.
Each year, one of the College's academic departments hosts two lectures. Also included in this series is the St. Thomas Aquinas Lecture Series, which hosts a distinguished speaker each year on or around the feast of St. Thomas Aquinas (January 28) to speak on a philosophical or theological topic.
Past lectures can be downloaded at Christendom on iTunes U or listened to online via the buttons in the left menu.
For more information about the Faith & Reason Lecture Series contact Dr. Thomas Stanford at tstanfordchristendom.edu.
- Hamlet: Shakespeare's Moustrap by Dr. Michael Mack
- Why Is Faith Important? by Rev. Wojciech Giertych
- The Freedom of the Church and the Taming of the State: The Christian Revolution, Western Liberty & the Rise of the New Leviathan by Kenneth L. Grasso