Upcoming Events

Friday, January 19, 2018

March For Life 2018

Location: Washington, D.C.

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The Center for Ethics and Culture is proud to once again sponsor students, faculty, and staff from Notre Dame, Saint Mary's, and Holy Cross College to attend the March for Life in Washington, D.C.

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Thursday, February 1, 2018

“The End of Religious Freedom? Challenges from the Right, the Left, and Around the Globe” with Daniel Mark

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Location: Room 1050 - Jenkins and Nanovic Halls

Daniel Mark

“The End of Religious Freedom? Challenges from the Right, the Left, and Around the Globe” by Daniel Mark, Chairman of the US Commission on International Religious Freedom.

Daniel Mark is also a visiting research fellow at the Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture, a visiting Tocqueville Fellow at the University of Notre Dame, and an Assistant Professor of Political Science at Villanova University.

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Friday, April 13, 2018

Conference on Medicine & Religion

Location: St. Louis, Missouri

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The Center for Ethics and Culture is a co-sponsor of the annual Conference on Medicine & Religion. The 2018 conference is entitled, "Examining the Foundations of Medicine and Religion."​

Over the past century, there have been repeated calls for medicine to incorporate religion or “spirituality”. Some have called for clinicians and clergy to work together in order to care for patients holistically. Others have looked to religious traditions for content to help clinicians practice ethically. Still others have looked to religious communities and spiritual practices to help patients cope with and find meaning in their suffering. Each of these highlights a widespread sense that modern medicine alone cannot help people make sense of and respond well to disability, illness, and suffering.

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Saturday, April 14, 2018

Conference on Medicine & Religion

Location: St. Louis, Missouri

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The Center for Ethics and Culture is a co-sponsor of the annual Conference on Medicine & Religion. The 2018 conference is entitled, "Examining the Foundations of Medicine and Religion."​

Over the past century, there have been repeated calls for medicine to incorporate religion or “spirituality”. Some have called for clinicians and clergy to work together in order to care for patients holistically. Others have looked to religious traditions for content to help clinicians practice ethically. Still others have looked to religious communities and spiritual practices to help patients cope with and find meaning in their suffering. Each of these highlights a widespread sense that modern medicine alone cannot help people make sense of and respond well to disability, illness, and suffering.

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Sunday, April 15, 2018

Conference on Medicine & Religion

Location: St. Louis, Missouri

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The Center for Ethics and Culture is a co-sponsor of the annual Conference on Medicine & Religion. The 2018 conference is entitled, "Examining the Foundations of Medicine and Religion."​

Over the past century, there have been repeated calls for medicine to incorporate religion or “spirituality”. Some have called for clinicians and clergy to work together in order to care for patients holistically. Others have looked to religious traditions for content to help clinicians practice ethically. Still others have looked to religious communities and spiritual practices to help patients cope with and find meaning in their suffering. Each of these highlights a widespread sense that modern medicine alone cannot help people make sense of and respond well to disability, illness, and suffering.

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Sunday, June 10, 2018

Economics & Catholic Social Thought Seminar

Location: Notre Dame

2018 Econ Cst Seminar Poster

Now in its third year, this seminar is designed as an introduction and immersion into Catholic social thought for graduate students and faculty in economics, finance, or related fields. Participants will cover foundational principles in Catholic social thought, starting with the human person, dignity, freedom, subsidiarity, solidarity, and the common good, and moving toward applications of these principles to conceptual understandings and ethical considerations involving economic topics such as utility theory, firm and business ethics, wages, markets, globalization, poverty, and development. Participants will delve into social encyclicals, secondary sources, and relevant economics texts.…

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Monday, June 11, 2018

Economics & Catholic Social Thought Seminar

Location: Notre Dame

2018 Econ Cst Seminar Poster

Now in its third year, this seminar is designed as an introduction and immersion into Catholic social thought for graduate students and faculty in economics, finance, or related fields. Participants will cover foundational principles in Catholic social thought, starting with the human person, dignity, freedom, subsidiarity, solidarity, and the common good, and moving toward applications of these principles to conceptual understandings and ethical considerations involving economic topics such as utility theory, firm and business ethics, wages, markets, globalization, poverty, and development. Participants will delve into social encyclicals, secondary sources, and relevant economics texts.…

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Tuesday, June 12, 2018

Economics & Catholic Social Thought Seminar

Location: Notre Dame

2018 Econ Cst Seminar Poster

Now in its third year, this seminar is designed as an introduction and immersion into Catholic social thought for graduate students and faculty in economics, finance, or related fields. Participants will cover foundational principles in Catholic social thought, starting with the human person, dignity, freedom, subsidiarity, solidarity, and the common good, and moving toward applications of these principles to conceptual understandings and ethical considerations involving economic topics such as utility theory, firm and business ethics, wages, markets, globalization, poverty, and development. Participants will delve into social encyclicals, secondary sources, and relevant economics texts.…

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Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Economics & Catholic Social Thought Seminar

Location: Notre Dame

2018 Econ Cst Seminar Poster

Now in its third year, this seminar is designed as an introduction and immersion into Catholic social thought for graduate students and faculty in economics, finance, or related fields. Participants will cover foundational principles in Catholic social thought, starting with the human person, dignity, freedom, subsidiarity, solidarity, and the common good, and moving toward applications of these principles to conceptual understandings and ethical considerations involving economic topics such as utility theory, firm and business ethics, wages, markets, globalization, poverty, and development. Participants will delve into social encyclicals, secondary sources, and relevant economics texts.…

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Thursday, June 14, 2018

8th Annual Philosophy Workshop: Aquinas on Divine Attributes

Location: Mount Saint Mary College, Newburgh NY

Aquinas on Divine Attributes

The Center for Ethics and Culture, in concert with the Catholic and Dominican Institute at Mount Saint Mary College and the Thomistic Institute at the Dominican House of Studies, is again co-sponsoring the 8th Annual Philosophy Workshop.

The Catholic intellectual tradition has staunchly maintained that God’s existence can be known by reason alone and long heralded St. Thomas Aquinas’s Five Ways as prime examples of plausible demonstrations. This year’s workshop on the divine attributes will serve as a robust introduction to Aquinas’s natural theology for the Thomistic beginner and a speculative advancement for the veteran. Specific divine attributes will be explored as well as the broader issues of the possibility of knowledge of God in this life and divine naming.…

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Friday, June 15, 2018

8th Annual Philosophy Workshop: Aquinas on Divine Attributes

Location: Mount Saint Mary College, Newburgh NY

Aquinas on Divine Attributes

The Center for Ethics and Culture, in concert with the Catholic and Dominican Institute at Mount Saint Mary College and the Thomistic Institute at the Dominican House of Studies, is again co-sponsoring the 8th Annual Philosophy Workshop.

The Catholic intellectual tradition has staunchly maintained that God’s existence can be known by reason alone and long heralded St. Thomas Aquinas’s Five Ways as prime examples of plausible demonstrations. This year’s workshop on the divine attributes will serve as a robust introduction to Aquinas’s natural theology for the Thomistic beginner and a speculative advancement for the veteran. Specific divine attributes will be explored as well as the broader issues of the possibility of knowledge of God in this life and divine naming.…

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Saturday, June 16, 2018

8th Annual Philosophy Workshop: Aquinas on Divine Attributes

Location: Mount Saint Mary College, Newburgh NY

Aquinas on Divine Attributes

The Center for Ethics and Culture, in concert with the Catholic and Dominican Institute at Mount Saint Mary College and the Thomistic Institute at the Dominican House of Studies, is again co-sponsoring the 8th Annual Philosophy Workshop.

The Catholic intellectual tradition has staunchly maintained that God’s existence can be known by reason alone and long heralded St. Thomas Aquinas’s Five Ways as prime examples of plausible demonstrations. This year’s workshop on the divine attributes will serve as a robust introduction to Aquinas’s natural theology for the Thomistic beginner and a speculative advancement for the veteran. Specific divine attributes will be explored as well as the broader issues of the possibility of knowledge of God in this life and divine naming.…

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Sunday, June 17, 2018

8th Annual Philosophy Workshop: Aquinas on Divine Attributes

Location: Mount Saint Mary College, Newburgh NY

Aquinas on Divine Attributes

The Center for Ethics and Culture, in concert with the Catholic and Dominican Institute at Mount Saint Mary College and the Thomistic Institute at the Dominican House of Studies, is again co-sponsoring the 8th Annual Philosophy Workshop.

The Catholic intellectual tradition has staunchly maintained that God’s existence can be known by reason alone and long heralded St. Thomas Aquinas’s Five Ways as prime examples of plausible demonstrations. This year’s workshop on the divine attributes will serve as a robust introduction to Aquinas’s natural theology for the Thomistic beginner and a speculative advancement for the veteran. Specific divine attributes will be explored as well as the broader issues of the possibility of knowledge of God in this life and divine naming.…

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