Fall 2016
CHRISTIAN FUNDAMENTALISTS AND THE NEW ATHEISTS: ENEMIES? FRENEMIES? (September 22, 2016 7:30 p.m.)
David R. Mason, PhD, Professor Emeritus, John Carroll University.

Fall 2016
VIOLENCE AND THE SACRED SCRIPTURES OF JUDAISM, CHRISTIANITY, AND ISLAM: HOW DO WE HANDLE THAT LEGACY? (October 18, 2016 7:30 p.m.)
John R. Spencer, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of Biblical Studies in the Department of Theology and Religious Studies at John Carroll University.

Spring 2016
CONTEMPLATING CONTEMPLATION: A PSYCHOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE ON MINDFULNESS, GRATITUDE, AND IGNATIAN SPIRITUAL PRACTICES (April 6, 2016 7:30 p.m.)
Anthony Ahrens, Ph. D.Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology at American University in Washington D.C.

ART, RITUAL AND SACRED SPACE ON THE SILK ROAD  (April 13, 2016 7:30 p.m.) 
Qiang Ning, Ph.D., Chu-Niblack Associate Professor in Asian Art at Connecticut College in New London, CT.

Spring 2015
REMEMBERING THE DIVINE: THE DEVOTIONAL MUSIC IN SOUTH ASIA  (April 20, 2016 7:30 p.m.)
Utpola Borah, Ph.D., Hans Utter, Ph.D., Shibi Likhite, Ph.D., “Billa” Jagjit Singh-Ji

Fall 2015
MESSIAEN’S QUARTET FOR THE END OF TIME – The Carroll Trio “plus one” (November 11, 2015)

POPE FRANCIS’ PLEA FOR THE EARTH (November 4, 2015)
An interreligious Discussion between Rabbi Roger C. Klein & Father George M. Smiga

WHAT THE HUT!?
Celebrating the Festival of Sukkot (September 30th  – October 2nd, 2015)

Fall 2014
Praise the Name of the Lord: Meditations on the Most Beautiful Names of God
Archbishop Michael Fitzgerald

Spring 2014
Buddhist Ideals of Human Flourishing:  Beauty, Love, and Happiness in Ancient Theravada Buddhism
Dr. Maria Heim

Fall 2013
Exploring Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations
Dr. Scott C. Alexander

Spring 2013
Jerusalem, Jesus, and Jihad: End-Times Scenarios in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam
Dr. David L. Barr

Fall 2011
Muslims Meeting Christians: Aspects of the Encounter
Rev. Thomas Michel, SJ

Spring 2011
The Challenge of Peace and Reconciliation for Christian Self-Understanding and Contemporary Interreligious Relations
Dr. William Campbell

Fall 2009
Tracing the Invisible God: A Shared Faith for Jews and Christians
Rev. George M. Smiga

Spring 2009
Catholic Women Encountering Religious Pluralism
Dr. Kelley E. Spoerl

Fall 2008
God and Empire
Dr. John Dominic Crossan

Spring 2008
Made in Gods Image: A Theology of Creatureliness for our Time
Dr. Anne Clifford

Fall 2007
Captain America and the Crusade Against Evil
Dr. Robert Jewett

Spring 2007
Religiious Pluralism Today: Being Christian with Islam
Dr. Paul L. Heck

Fall 2006
The Mega-Church Syndrome: A Theological Examination
Rev. Valentino Lassiter

Spring 2006
Sharing the Riches: Spirituality in an Age of Science
Rev. Joseph A. Bracken

Fall 2005
The Church in the Shadow of the Mosque: Christians and Muslims in the World of Islam
Rev. Sidney H. Griffith

Summer 2004
What is a Hindu? What is a Jew?
Deepak Sarma
Rabbi Michael Oppenheimer

Fall 2003
Mystics: What They Can Teach Us about God, Prayer & Our Hard-to-Read Hearts
Rev. William Harmless, S. J.

Summer 2003
Scott Taylor
Venerable Shih Ying-Fa

2002-2003
John Brook
Rev. George Coyne, S.J.
Madeline Drexler
John Haught
Dr. Harold Koenig
Lawrence Krauss
Kenneth Miller
Andrew Trew

Summer 2003
Dr. Scott Alexander

Fall 2001
Dr. John Kelsay
Islam and the Political Future

Summer 2001
Rabbi Michael Oppenheimer
Venerable Shih Ying-Fa

Fall 2000
Dr. Robin Jensen
The Substance of Things Seen: Art, Faith, and the Christian Community

Summer 2000
Rev. Marvin McMickle
Four Models for Modern Ministry: A Look at the Black Preacher
Dr. Jane Smith
Islam in America: Who are Our Muslim Neighbors

Fall 1999
Dr. Diana L. Hayes
Will the Cirlce be Unbroken? The Need for Religious Dialogue Within the Black Community

Summer 1999
Dr. William E. Deal
Buddhism: The Religion of the Middle Way

Dr. Gary P. Zola
Jews and Civil Rights

Spring 1999
Rev. James F. Keenan, S.J.
Teaching Morality and Devotion: The British Puritans and the Jesuits, 1580-1630

Spring 1998
Rev. John C. Haughey, S.J.
Reenchanting Holiness

Rev. Francis X. Clooney, S.J.
God Pleasing Us: A Hindu Insight into Religious Pluralism

Spring 1996
Rev. Nelson Callahan
Dr. James Cone
Dr. Valentino Lassiter
Dr. Marian Morton
Dr. Roger Welchans

1994 – 1995
Dr. Maria Harris
Jaroslav Pelikan
John L. McKenzie, S.J.
Samuel Sandmel
Carl E. Braaten
Avery Dulles, S.J.
Wolfhart Pannenberg
George W. Webber
Dr. Nathan A. Scott
Joachim Jeremias
Charles E. Curran
James M. Gustafson
Lou H. Silberman
Frank Reynolds
William Johnston, S.J.
Joseph Kitagawa
Robert M. Grant
Robert E. McNally, S.J.
Rev. George Tavard
James H. Cone
Preston N. Williams
Moses B. Anderson. S.S.E.
John B. Cobb, Jr.
Rev. David Tracy
Anglican Bishop R.C.P. Hanson
Michael A. Gahey, S.J.
Martin McNamara, M.S.C.
William H.C. Frend
Roderick A.F. MacKenzie, S.J.
Norman Pittenger
Sophie Laws
Robert Eno, S.S.
Frederick W. Norris
Rabbi Arthur J. Lelyveld
Brian Daley, S.J.