Date & Time
Monday, Mar 25, 2019 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Humanities Building 153 "College Common"
Prof. Joseph Mudd, Director of Catholic Studies Program, 313-6799, firstname.lastname@example.org
Event Type & Tags
About This EventIn this talk, Prof. James L. Marsh will discuss how Twentieth-century Catholic activists like Dorothy Day and Daniel Berrigan, S.J. inspired a a generation of Catholics to work for justice. But today we might wonder, is there a Catholic left? Prof. James L. Marsh, a one-time collaborator with Berrigan, explores the history and future of the Catholic Left in the US.
About the Speaker:
James L. Marsh, Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at Fordham University, is the author of dozens of articles, reviews, and many books, including Unjust Legality (2001), and Lonergan in the World: Self-Appropriation, Otherness, and Justice (2014). He is co-editor, along with Anna J. Brown, of Faith, Resistance, And The Future: Daniel Berrigan's Challenge To Catholic Social Thought (Fordham UP, 2012).
Sponsored by: the Catholic Studies Program and the Departments of History, Philosophy, and Religious Studies
This presentation is FREE and open to the public.