Terrence R. Keeley Vatican Lecture
Dedicated to enhancing the presence of European studies at Notre Dame, the Nanovic Institute sponsors this annual lecture supported by Terrence R. Keeley of the Nanovic Institute Advisory Board. This lecture provides students and faculty the opportunity to explore questions involving Notre Dame’s Catholic mission with distinguished representatives from the Holy See.
Each year’s lecturer is chosen by the Nanovic Institute in consultation with our Advisory Board and the Notre Dame administration.
If you have any questions, please contact A. James McAdams, Director at 574-631-5253 or email email@example.com.
2013: Cardinal Walter Kasper
President Emeritus of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity
The Origins of Vatican II
2012: Archbishop Jean-Louis Bruguès, O.P.
Secretary of the Congregation for Catholic Education (in Seminaries and Institutes of Study)
The Second Vatican Council Ahead of Us
2010: Reinhard Cardinal Marx
Cardinal-Priest of S. Corbiniano, Archbishop of Munich and Freising, Germany
The Social Message of the Church in the Context of Contemporary Challenges
2009: Angelo Cardinal Amato, S.D.B.
Prefect of the Congregation for the Causes of Saints,
Cardinal-Deacon of S. Maria in Aquiro
Catholicism and Secularism in Contemporary Europe
2008: Archbishop Celestino Migliore
Apostolic Nuncio to Poland, Titular Archbishop of Canosa
Catholicism and Islam: Points of Convergence and Divergence, Enounter and Cooperation
2007: Dr. Francisco Buranelli
Director of the Vatican Museums, Appointed by Pope John Paul II
The Vatican Museums: The Holy See’s Portal to the World
2006: Archbishop J. Michael Miller, C.S.B.
Archbishop of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Challenges facing American and European Catholic Universities: A View from the Vatican
2005: Archbishop Charles John Brown (ND ’81)
Apostolic Nuncio to Ireland, Titular Archbishop of Aquileia
From Notre Dame to the Vatican and Home Again: An Insider’s View of the Papacy of John Paul II (unavailable)