Fall Conference

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Each year on the campus of Notre Dame, the Center hosts its interdisciplinary Fall Conference, the most important venue for truly fruitful dialogue and exchange among the world's leading Catholic thinkers, as well as those from other traditions, on pressing and vexed questions of ethics, culture, and public policy. The Conference attracts five hundred to six hundred participants annually and features more than one hundred paper presentations in disciplines ranging from philosophy, theology, political theory, and law to history, economics, science, and the arts.

Find out more about the 2014 Fall Conference, "Your Light Will Rise in the Darkness: Responding to the Cry of the Poor."

Past Conferences

Find information regarding past conferences and lecture videos at the links below.