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ASCC Speakers List: The Church and the World

The Church in America

“The Catholic Experience and the American Experience” by Glenn Olsen, Professor of History at the University of Utah

“A Catholic Reading of the American Enterprise” by Glenn Olsen, Professor of History at the University of Utah

“The Church in America” By Fr. C. John McCloskey, Director of the Catholic Information Center, Washington, D.C.

Culture and the Church

“Catholicism and Culture” by Robert Louis Wilken, William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of the History of Christianity at the University of Virginia

“Christian Humanism” by Virgil Nemoianu, William J. Byron Distinguished Professor of Literature and Ordinary Professor of Philosophy at the Catholic University of America and Vice-President of the International Comparative Literature Association

“Christianity and Culture” by Glenn Olsen, Professor of History at the University of Utah

“The Concept of Christian Civilization” by Glenn Olsen, Professor of History at the University of Utah

“The Culture”, by Raymond Arroyo: EWTN, Host of Life on the Rock

“Is the Catholic Church the Enemy of Intellectual Progress?” by William Marshner, Professor of Theology at Christendom College

“The Kingdom Come on Earth as it is in Heaven: the Place of the Family in Creation” by Glenn Olsen, Professor of History at the University of Utah

“The Maturity of Christian Culture: Some Reflections on the Views of Christopher Dawson” by Glenn Olsen, Professor of History at the University of Utah

“The Power of Hollywood” by L. Brent Bozell, Founder and President of the Media Research Center and the Parents Television Council

General Topics in Religion and Culture:

Iain T. Benson, Executive Director of the Centre for Culture and Renewal, Barrister and Solicitor

Deal Hudson, Publisher and Editor of Crisis Magazine

The Contemporary Church

Any Contemporary issue in the Church: Raymond Arroyo: EWTN, Host of Life on the Rock

“The Church in the Modern World” by Glenn Olsen, Professor of History at the University of Utah

“The Current Crisis in the Catholic Church” by Kenneth Whitehead, United States Assistant Secretary of Education for Postsecondary Education (retired)

“CUF: Past, Present, and Future” by Leon Suprenant, President of Catholics United for the Faith

“Dissent” by John Mallon, Contributing Editor of Inside the Vatican Magazine

“The Fully Catholic Response to the Scandals Currently Rocking the Catholic Church” by Fr. Roger Landry, S.J.

“The Future of Religious Freedom Internationally” by Paul Marshall, Senior Fellow at the Center for Religious Freedom of Freedom House and Senior Fellow at the Claremont Institute

“Humanae Vitae and Conscience” by Janet Smith, Visiting Professors in Life Issues, Sacred Heart Seminary in Detroit

“Of Miters and Men: The Mission of Bishops in the Third Millennium” by Leon Suprenant, President of Catholics United for the Faith

“The Priesthood and the Laity in the Domestic Church” by Leon Suprenant, President of Catholics United for the Faith

“The Real Cause of the Crisis: And What We Can Do” by Fr. Joseph Fessio, S.J., Editor at Ignatius Press and Chancellor of Ave Maria University

“Religious Freedom Worldwide” by Paul Marshall, Senior Fellow at the Center for Religious Freedom of Freedom House and Senior Fellow at the Claremont Institute

“Spirituality in the Modern World” by Glenn Olsen, Professor of History at the University of Utah

“Strengthening Catholicism in America” By Stephen M. Krason, President of the Society of Catholic Social Sciences and Professor of Political Science at the Franciscan University of Steubenville

“Tertio Millenion Adveniente: The Church in the Twenty-First Century” by Glenn Olsen, Professor of History at the University of Utah

“What’s Really Wrong in Today’s Church: A Catholic Layman’s View” by Joseph Hagan, President Emeritus of Assumption College, Professor-At-Large at John Cabot University, and Gentleman-in-Waiting to Pope John Paul II

“The Worldwide Persecution of Christians” by Paul Marshall, Senior Fellow at the Center for Religious Freedom of Freedom House and Senior Fellow at the Claremont Institute

“Women and the Church” by independent scholar Catherine Brown Tkacz

Ecumenism/Other Religions

“The Ecumenism of John Paul II” by Kenneth Whitehead, United States Assistant Secretary of Education for Postsecondary Education (retired)

“Evangelicals and Catholics” by Robert Louis Wilken, William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of the History of Christianity at the University of Virginia

“Indestructible Islam” by Jude P. Dougherty, Dean Emeritus of the School of Philosophy at the Catholic University of America

“Understanding Radical Islam” by Paul Marshall, Senior Fellow at the Center for Religious Freedom of Freedom House and Senior Fellow at the Claremont Institute

Feminism

“Catholic Feminism” Margaret Monahan Hogan, Chair of the Philosophy Department at King’s College, President of the Center for Academic Integrity at Duke University, and Fellow at the Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture

“Fallacies of Catholic Feminism” by William Marshner, Professor of Theology at Christendom College

“The Feminist Case Against Abortion” by Serrin Foster, president of Feminists for Life

“Motherhood at the Heart of the New Feminism: A Vocation of Love and Service” by Mary Cunningham Agee: The Nurturing Network, President and Founder; Culture of Life Foundation and Institute, Vice Chairman

“Refuse to Choose: Reclaiming Feminism” by Sally A. Winn, Vice President of Feminists for Life

“Women and the Church” by independent scholar Catherine Brown Tkacz

“Women and the Church” by Elizabeth Fox-Genovese, Eléonore Raoul Professor of the Humanities and Professor of History

“Women in the Early Church” by independent scholar Catherine Brown Tkacz

“The ‘New Feminism'” by Elizabeth Fox-Genovese, Eléonore Raoul Professor of the Humanities and Professor of History

The Media

“Catholic Journalism” by Joseph Bottum: The Weekly Standard, Books and Arts Editor

“The Church and the Media” by Russell Shaw, Author, Editor, Journalist

“Evangelization Through the Media” by Leonardo Defilippis, founder of St. Luke Productions

“Media Bias” by L. Brent Bozell, Founder and President of the Media Research Center and the Parents Television Council

“The Media, Particularly its Effects on Us” by Raymond Arroyo: EWTN, Host of Life on the Rock

“The Media’s Impact” by L. Brent Bozell, Founder and President of the Media Research Center and the Parents Television Council

“Understanding the Media” by Connaught Marshner, President of the American Catholic Council

“Vatican II and the Press” By Stephen M. Krason, President of the Society of Catholic Social Sciences and Professor of Political Science at the Franciscan University of Steubenville

Secularism

“The Need to Reunderstand What We Mean by the Term ŒSecular‚” “by Iain T. Benson, Executive Director of the Centre for Culture and Renewal, Barrister and Solicitor

“The Rise of Secularism” by Iain T. Benson, Executive Director of the Centre for Culture and Renewal, Barrister and Solicitor

“The Secular City” by Glenn Olsen, Professor of History at the University of Utah

“Secularism” by Charles E. Rice, Professor Emeritus of Law at the University of Notre Dame School of Law and Visiting Professor at the Ave Maria University School of Law

General Topics

“Come, Follow Me” (personal testimony) by Leon Suprenant, President of Catholics United for the Faith

“Discrimination Against Traditional Religious Believers in the Academy” by Candace De Russy, Trustee at the State University of New York

“The Future of the Papacy” by Russell Shaw, Author, Editor, Journalist

“Liturgy” by Robert Louis Wilken, William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of the History of Christianity at the University of Virginia

“Salvation: Participating in the Divine Nature” by Mark Shea, Senior Content Editor at Catholic Exchange

“Where Are You with God? by Mark Shea, Senior Content Editor at Catholic Exchange