Monday, November 7, 2011

This Weekend: Lectures on Life, Human Dignity, and Human Sexuality

Lectures Happening this Weekend!

November 10-12, the Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture is hosting its annual Fall Conference. This year’s conference is entitled: “Radical Emancipation: Confronting the Challenge of Secularism.” Below are presentations of particular interest for Notre Dame Right to Life.

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Friday, November 11

9:00-10:15 Panel Presentations

McKenna 210: Natural Family Planning, Contraception, and the Theology of the Body: The Practice of Virtue and the Need for Inter-traditional Discourse

McKenna 114: Human Dignity: Reason, Rights, and Revelation

McKenna 212: Bioethics and Moral Pluralism

McKenna 106: Anthropology: Evolutionary and Theological Perspectives

1:30-2:45 Invited Speakers

McKenna Auditorium: Christians and Aliens: Making Movies in a Culture of Death

3:15-4:30 Colloquium Sessions

McKenna Auditorium: Secularism and American Law

McKenna 212: Biology and the Roots of Human Dignity

McKenna 202: Secularism and Sexual Ethics

Saturday, November 12

9:00-10:15 Panel Discussions

McKenna 210-214: Defending the Sanctity of Life

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