Bulletin

December 2018

This past term has been a busy one at the Lonergan Research Institute. The biggest news is that volume nine of the Collected Works, The Redemption, was published in November. Congratulations and thanks to Robert Doran, H. Daniel Monsour, Jeremy Wilkins for their work as editors and Michael G. Shields for his work as translator. …

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Summer 2018

Transitions The Lonergan Research Institute has been undergoing a number of significant transitions as of late. The most obvious is the hire of a new Executive Director, and speaking as that director I am excited, honoured, and frankly humbled to be joining this storied institution. The transition to a new director accounts in large part …

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Spring 2017

   Lonergan’s series of essays entitled A Third Collection is now available as volume sixteen of the Collected Works of Bernard Lonergan thanks one again to the collaborative editorial work of Bob Doran and JOhn Dadosky. This volume continues to demonstrate the disciplined dedication, archival attention, and scholarly differentiation that have come to be …

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Summer 2017

   Members of the Institute, as well as members of the wider Lonergan community here in Toronto attended a number of diverse and exciting academic conferences this summer. In June one of our associate research assistants, Robyn Boeré, participated in a panel discussion entitled “Marching as to War: Children and Battle Imagery in Healthcare”, …

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Winter 2016

  After a short hiatus last academic year, our reading groups are back! Last Fall we read the recent Apostolic Exhortation Amaris Laetitia. Our group was especially fortunate to have a number of lay parish staff members, as well as numerous Jesuits with parish experience, not to mention married students with families. This Spring we …

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Fall 2016

Lonergan’s series of essays entitled A Second Collectionis now available as volume thirteen of the Collected Works of Bernard Lonergan thanks to the remarkable and expert editorial work of Bob Doran and John Dadosky. They have made extensive use of archival material and earlier drafts of the various pieces constituting this collection to produce an exemplary distillation …

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Summer 2016

Our annual Lonergan Lecture honors the memory and advances the achievement of Bernard Lonergan. Each year the Lec- ture brings a noted expert to Toronto to address important and timely questions. Last year, Prof. Cynthia Crysdale invited us to reflect on the problem of discern- ment presented by what Lonergan called the ‘Law of the …

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Spring 2016

As described in the previous edition of our Bulletin, the process for ap- pointing a new permanent Director of the Institute is moving forward as a collaboration between Regis College and the LRI Board. In the meantime, it seemed best not to rush things, and the LRI Board is very pleased to an- nounce that …

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Winter 2015

By custom, most years (though not every), the LRI confers a Service Award in recognition of outstanding contributions to the well-being of the Institute and the furtherance of its mission. This year, the Service Award goes to John and Margaret Denson of Houston. Their substantial support for Research Assistantships at the LRI launched a vital …

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Fall 2015

We are pleased to announce that this year’s Lonergan Lecture will be given by Dr Cynthia Crysdale, Professor of Christian Ethics in the School of The‐ ology at Sewanee: The University of the South. She is the author of Em‐ bracing Travail: Retrieving the Cross Today, and, with Neil Ormerod, Crea‐ tor God, Evolving World, …

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