Lived Catholicism

Paradox and Prophecy:Why the Study of Lived Catholicism Matters

Register for the Lived Catholicism Online Conference

Organized in conjunction with the Department of Catholic Studies at Duquesne University

Students and faculty of Duquesne qualify for free registration. Please use your duq.edu email address.

Register here.

Lived Catholicism is the study of Catholicism as lived across time and space. This year's conference will ask: what are the paradoxes of Lived Catholicism and how can it be authentically prophetic?

Plenary sessions by Michele Dillon, Valentina Napolitano, Clare Watkins, and Massimo Faggioli. Also featuring Robert Orsi, Tricia Bruce, Alana Harris, and Stephen Bullivant.

The conference is organized by the Centre for Catholic Studies at Durham University, in conjunction with the Department of Catholic Studies at Duquesne University, and in association with The Tablet.

This image is the poster for the event. The relevant text is included on this page. There is a figure of Christ pointing to his Sacred Heart on the right.