The de Nicola Center maintains an active YouTube channel, where we post videos of our many public presentations and lectures. Here are some recent additions to our channel:

March 2020: "St. John Henry Newman – The Book That Changed My Life" by Daniel Philpott (53m46s)


December 2019: "Plato's Republic – The Book that Changed My Life" by Meghan Sullivan (1h1m45s)


November 2019: "The Liberal Arts and Human Dignity: A Modest Proposal" by Jenny Martin (36m47s)


October 2019: Attorney General William Barr on Religious Liberty (46m45s)


October 2019: "The Critic's Critic: G. K. Chesterton on God and Literature" by Dale Ahlquist (57m15s)


October 2019: "To Console, To Raise, To Give Hope: The Vocation of the Catholic Physician Today" – A Panel Conversation (1h31m55s)


September 2019: "Love Your Enemies: How Decent People Can Save America from the Culture of Contempt" by Arthur Brooks (1h19m43s)


September 2019: "The Irony of Modern Catholic History" by George Weigel (1h6m53s)


July 2019: "Moral Relativisms Reconsidered" by Alasdair MacIntyre (1h31m56s)


July 2019: "Alasdair MacIntyre and Therapeutic Method" by Jonathan Lear (1h40m50s)