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Chester Alter Professor Lectureship: John Kane 2009-2010

Chester Alter Professor 2009-2010

John Kane

CHESTER ALTER PROFESSOR 2009-2010

John Kane has been teaching religious studies at Regis University since 1980 and has completed a soon-to-be-published book on the Jesuit philosopher William Lynch (1908 – 1987) entitled:  A Spirituality for Public Life in the Thought of William F. Lynch, S.J.  He has also been a faculty leader in areas of core curriculum, academic philosophy, and Jesuit/Catholic identity.  John’s immeasurable contributions to this university will continue throughout the academic year with the faculty and students, including various faculty reading groups, online chat-rooms on selected topics, and other events supporting faculty development.

 

 

Secular Studies and Religious Foundations: The Future of Our Catholic, Jesuit University

Secular Studies and Religious Foundations: The Future of Our Catholic, Jesuit University

Tuesday, September 15, 2009 | 4:00 - 6:00 p.m.
John Francis Regis Chapel
3333 Regis Boulevard | Denver, Colorado

Recommended readings:  Kolvenbach, Peter-Hans. (2008). The Service of Faith in a Religiously Pluralistic World. Conversations, 32, pp. 44-52.

Full text of Dr. Kane's lecture and faculty responses are available using the links below.

The University and the Church – Reflections from a 40-year Sojourn

The University and the Church – Reflections from a 40-year Sojourn

REGIS UNIVERSITY SPRING 2010 CATHOLIC SPEAKER SERIES

Thursday, February 4, 2010 | 7:00 p.m.
John Francis Regis Chapel
3333 Regis Boulevard | Denver, Colorado

Full text of Dr. Kane's lecture is available below.

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Video and audio of Dr. Kane's lecture can be downloaded from the iTunes University account for Regis University. Use the link below. You will need the free iTunes software to view and download materials.