It can be argued that Newman was as influential in the twentieth century as he was in the nineteenth century. The Spring 2021 Newman Symposium will explore the reception of Newman’s thought within the Ressourcement movement of the twentieth century. These lectures will delve into the particular ways in which Newman’s writings influenced Louis Bouyer, Joseph Ratzinger, Yves Congar, and other figures associated with la nouvelle théologie. Attendees will gain a richer understanding of the reception history of Newman’s theology around the time of the Second Vatican Council.


Zoom Internet meeting link will be emailed to registrants prior to the event. For security reasons, all participants will be required to login using the exact name they used during registration.

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Thursday, March 11
7:00 PM - Mark McInroy, Keynote Lecture
7:45 PM  - Q&A
Friday, March 12
2:00 PM - Mary McCaughey
2:45 PM - Andrew Meszaros
3:30 PM - Keith Lemna
4:30 PM - Finished


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