Upcoming Events

Movie Night with Fr. Matt Carnes, S.J.

Thursday, November 7 in the HFSC Film Room at 7 pm

Featuring Insomnia Cookies and milk

What do Jesuits have to do with Latin American politics? Join Fr. Carnes, S.J., Director of the Center for Latin American Studies to discuss the significance of El Salvador and the life of Archbishop Oscar Romero in the lives of the Jesuits of El Salvador and beyond. A screening of the 1989 film Romero will follow.

Catholic Higher Education Amidst the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Wednesday, November 13 in ICC 241 at 6:30 pm

with Vice-Chancellor of Bethlehem University, Brother Peter Bray

Sixth Annual Jesuit Student Research Symposium

The sixth annual Jesuit Student Research Symposium will be held at the Jesuit Archives & Research Center in St. Louis, Missouri. Each year undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in Jesuit History are invited to present their work at a small, friendly conference that draws researchers from around the country. In previous years, there has been a focus on Jesuits and Race, Jesuits and the Sciences, and Jesuits and American culture.

This year the Symposium is calling for papers and presentations on Jesuits in the world. Papers could cover a wide range of topics, from the earliest Jesuit missions to the present day. Proposals should be no more than 250 words and will be accepted by the selection committee on a rolling basis. All proposals will receive a response within two weeks of submission. The final deadline is Friday, March 6, 2020.