LRI Bulletin

The LRI Bulletin is a quarterly update on the Institute’s activities. The Bulletin is distributed together with the Lonergan Studies Newsletter. This page makes recent issues of the Bulletin available; a complete set of all back issues will be available soon.

Winter 2014

The hardest part of organizing our Graduate Seminar series is making choices. We are presented with an embarrassment of riches, and we could put on twice as many events without exhausting the supply of stimulating ...

Fall 2014

Louis Roy presents this year’s Lon‐ ergan Lecture on Friday, October 31. His topic is “Religious Experience in Lonergan’s Thought.” Fr Roy is pro‐ fessor at Dominican University Col‐ lege in Ottawa and the author ...

Summer 2014

This Spring, John Dadosky, professor at Regis College and a Research Scholar of the LRI, published The Eclipse and Recovery of Beauty: A Lonergan Approach (University of Toronto). The book takes up von Balthasar’s contention ...

Spring 2014

 The LRI hosts an unofficial Lonergan reading circle each term. The circle began informally as an Insight reading group with Dr Wilkins and several graduate students during the 2012- 2013 academic year. Last Fall’s ...

Winter 2013

 In November, the LRI Director had the honour of sharing a rostrum with Fr Massimo Pampaloni, SJ, at a conference at the Gregorian University in Rome. A professor at the Pontifical Oriental In- stitute, ...

Fall 2013

 We are honoured this year to have Pat- rick Byrne, Professor of Philosophy and past chair of the Philosophy Depart- ment at Boston College, deliver our annual Lonergan Lecture. In his lec- ture, entitled ...

Summer 2013

 The Collected Works of Bernard Lon- ergan took another major step toward completion this Spring with the appear- ance of two further volumes presenting Lonergan’s writings and courses on theo- logical method during his ...

Spring 2013

 For nearly two decades, Father Robert Croken, SJ, was an integral part of the LRI. Early Friday morning, March 1, at Rene Goupil House in Pickering, Ontario, he went to his eternal reward. He ...

Winter 2012

 The work of the LRI is, for the most part, a quiet service to scholarship. Even so, there are few tasks as thankless and unheralded as translaƟon. Its demands are easily overlooked, and its ...
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