2016 --14th Annual Catholic Intellectual Tradition Lecture Series--Massimo Faggioli, Ph.D.
From Loretta Sanchez
Reshaping Catholicism in a Pluralistic Society
The Church Facing Pluralism, Catholicism and Secular Cultural, Economic and Political Institutions in the Last 50 Years
with Guest Speaker
Massimo Faggioli, Ph.D.
Associate Professor and Director of the Institute of Catholicism and Citizenship, University of St. Thomas
March 30, 2016
University Center, Conference Room A
Massimo Faggioli, Ph.D., is Associate Professor of Theology and Director of the Institute for Catholicism and Citizenship at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota. He earned his doctorate in Religious History from the University of Turin, Italy, in 2002. He carried out scientific research at the Foundation for Religious Sciences Giovanni XXIII of Bologna, Italy, from 1996 to 2008 before joining St. Thomas University in 2009.
Faggioli has written several books and often writes for publications on topics such as the Church, religion, politics, and Vatican II. A frequent public lecturer, he has spoken to audiences in North America, Europe and Asia. Faggioli’s most recent publications include Pope Francis: Tradition in Transition (Paulist, 2015); and A Council for the Global Church: Receiving Vatican II in History (Fortress, 2015). St. Mary’s University welcomes you to a free, annual lectures series featuring men and women who have shaped the Catholic intellectual tradition − a tradition at the heart of the educational enterprises at St. Mary’s University.