50 Years of Method in Theology: 2022 Lecture Series Details

The Lonergan Institute is pleased to announce our 2022 lecture series, “50 Years of Method in Theology: Doing Theology in the Twenty-First Century.”

Comprised of three main speakers each fall and spring of 2022, each event will also have two respondents from Lonergan studies and varying theology and philosophy backgrounds. Full information on each event is below.
The spring 2022 lectures will be live-streamed on Zoom for those unable to be with us in person at Boston College. Please click here to fill out a Google form for the Zoom links.

Spring 2022

M. Shawn Copeland (Boston College)

“Lonergan and the ‘Decolonial Turn'”

Respondents: Andrew Prevot (Boston College) and Ligita Ryliskyte (Boston College)

Monday, February 21st at 4:30pm

Boston College Stokes S195

Frederick G. Lawrence (Boston College)

“Theology as Hermeneutical: The Road to the Hermeneutics of Love”

Respondents: Jeremy Blackwood (Sacred Heart Seminary and School of Theology) and Jeffrey Bloechl (Boston College)

Thursday, March 17th at 4:30pm

Boston College Stokes S195

Neil J. Ormerod (Sydney College of Divinity)

“Method, Meaning and Doctrinal Development”

Respondents TBA

Friday, April 8th at 3:00pm

Boston College Stokes S195