Third Annual Bishop Simon Bruté Lecture
“What does Athens have to do with Jerusalem? Theology and Politics in a New Millennium”
Fr. Denis Robinson, Rector of St. Meinrad Seminary
Monday, February 24, 2014
Evans Center Room 150, Marian University
7 p.m. with reception following lecture
Every spring, the Theology-Philosophy Department of Marian University co-sponsors with the Bishop Simon Bruté College Seminary a lecture of interest to the general public, the Bishop Simon Bruté Lecture. This year, the third annual Bishop Simon Bruté Lecture will be given by Fr. Denis Robinson, O.S.B., the president-rector and associate professor of Systematic Theology at St. Meinrad Seminary and School of Theology.
The lecture this year is also an opportunity for the Marian University community to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the release of the Vatican II document known as Lumen Gentium. Fr. Robinson’s lecture is entitled, “What does Athens have to do with Jerusalem? Theology and Politics in a New Millennium.” The lecture will take place on Monday evening, February 24, 2014, at 7 p.m. in room 150 of the Evans Center on the campus of Marian University.
The lecture is open to the general public at no charge. A reception will follow the lecture.