Institute of Catholic Studies-Breen Family Lecture Series presents
“American Catholics and their Universities:
Catholic and American Responsibilities”
University Professor of Faith and Culture, University of Dayton
Professor Emeritus of History, College of the Holy Cross
Thursday, April 7, 2011
D.J. Lombardo Student Center/ LSC Conference Room
This lecture is free and open to the public.
WHO: David O’Brien, Ph.D., is the University Professor of Faith and Culture at the University of Dayton.
He is professor emeritus of history and formerly the Loyola Professor of Roman Catholic Studies at the College of the Holy Cross in Massachusetts. Dr. O’Brien specializes in Catholic social and political thought, the history of American Catholicism, and religion and politics. He frequently provides expert commentary for the media. He has written six books on the history of American Catholicism and has served as President of the American Catholic Historical Association. Dr. O’Brien was awarded the University of Dayton’s Marianist Award for Distinguished Service to Catholic Intellectual Life in 2006.
WHAT: A lecture entitled: ““American Catholics and their Universities: Catholic and American Responsibilities”
WHEN: Thursday, April 7, 2011
WHERE: John Carroll University
20700 North Park Boulevard
University Heights, OH
D.J. Lombardo Student Center / LSC Conference Room
CONTACT: Dr. Paul V. Murphy
Director, Institute of Catholic Studies