Rogalski Center Ballroom
To Redeem the Time: Bringing Catholicism into Teaching of International Relations and Peace Studies
This lecture reflects on one professor's efforts to convince his students that their Catholic faith has everything to do with studying politics among nations and the promotion of peace.
Though his students often start out skeptical, he makes the case that faith unavoidably shapes our basic political assumptions and that the church offers a vision of politics that differs from leading secular alternatives.
Sponsored by the Notre Dame Alumni Club of the Quad Cities and St. Ambrose University. The Hesburgh Alumni Lecture Series of the Notre Dame Alumni Association is named for the Rev. Theodore Hesburgh, CSC, president emeritus of the University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Ind. The lectures are given by members of the faculty and staff of Notre Dame.
This lecture is open to the public.
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