The Most Reverend John McCarthy Lecture Series


The Most Reverend John McCarthy Lecture Series


The series honors the Most Reverend John McCarthy, who led the Diocese of Austin from 1985 to 2001, and to underscore the university’s commitment to its Catholic roots and Holy Cross heritage. Held on campus by the Center for Ethics and Leadership every spring and fall, the McCarthy Lecture Series brings Catholic religious and lay experts from around the country to discuss issues facing the Catholic Church in the 21st century.

Items in the The Most Reverend John McCarthy Lecture Series Collection

The Spring 2018 McCarthy Lecture given by Natalia Imperatori-Lee. Her lecture is on the future of the Catholic Church rooted in the experiences and lives of Lantio/a Catholics in the United States.
Pope Francis--Reclaiming the Vision of Vatican II

Lecture given by Rev. Thomas P. Rausch, S.J., Ph.D., T. Marie Chilton Professor of Catholic Theology, Loyola Marymount University on October 26, 2017.

Description of Lecture:
When the cardinals elected Jorge Mario Bergoglio as Pope Francis in 2013,…

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