2011-12

2011-2012: Religion in "Secular" America

Image description: Background: Church's stain glass window. Foreground: "Religion in 'Secular' America" Patricia O'Connell Killen, Ph.D. "The Claim of Memory and the Power of Place: Reconsidering Religion and Spirituality in the Pacific Northwest." October 27, 2011. 7pm. Robert Putnam, Ph.D. "American Grace: How Religion Unites and Divides Us." January 17, 2012. 7pm. Peter Steinfels, Ph.D. "Catholicism and Politics: Secularization and Secularism." May 8, 2012. 7pm. The Catholic Heritage Lectures www.seattleu.edu/missionministry/chl. Seattle University Crest logo. Seattle University. 206-296-6000. www.seattleu.edu 

“The Claim of Memory and the Power of Place: Reconsidering Religion and Spirituality in the Pacific Northwest”  

Dr. Patricia O'Connell Killen in Ph.D. Regalia standing at a podium during Commencement

Patricia O'Connell Killen, Ph.D.
Academic Vice President 
Gonzaga University
 
October 27, 2011 

In the News:

https://www.gonzagabulletin.com/news/o-connell-killen-gu-class-of-will-step-down-as/article_cfb4b82e-306c-11e7-a56e-4bcecf1b81ac.html

“American Grace: How Religion Divides and Unites Us” 

Robert Putnam Standing while giving a speech

Robert Putnam, Ph.D.
Malkin Professor of Public Policy
Harvard University 
Visiting Professor
University of Manchester (UK) 
January 17, 2012 
*This lecture was canceled due to University closure due to weather conditions* 

In the News:

Our Kids: The American Dream in Crises

“Catholicism & Politics; Secularization & Secularism” 

Headshot of Peter smiling

Peter Steinfels, Ph.D.
Professor, Co-director of Fordham University Center on Religion and Culture 
Fordham University 
May 8, 2012