St. Paul's Committees on Spiritual & Public Concerns and Social Justice


Rev. J. Bryan Hehir/Harvard Kennedy School

Oct 31: "Racial Justice:  The Challenge for the Church and the Nation"


St. Paul's Harvard Square, Upper Church

and via Zoom

Fr. J. Bryan Hehir, is Professor Emeritus of the Practice of Religion and Public Life at the Harvard Kennedy School, Secretary of Health and Social Services in the Archdiocese of Boston, and former Pastor/Senior Chaplain at St. Paul’s and the Harvard Catholic Center.

Watch the first of Father Bryan's lectures

Social Justice: From the Parish to the Nation here.

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The Steno Lectures: Discussions at the Intersection of Faith and Science | Conferences| Academic & Pastoral | McGrath Institute for Church Life | University of Notre Dame

October 2021 -February 2022

The Notre Dame Science and Religion Initiative in collaboration with the Society for Catholic Scientists, and with co-sponsorship from the Lumen Christi Institute and the Harvard Catholic Forum, are hosting a free, four-part webinar series through the spring of 2021. This series will consider various scientific and theological topics that are at the forefront of the discussion about the relationship between science and the Catholic faith.