Select CFS lectures are available to view online. Videos and playlists are accessible via our YouTube channel.
For Madeleva Lectures videos, visit the Madeleva Lecture Series webpage.
Women of the Church: A Catholic Leadership Conference keynote videos are available.
Cory D. Mitchell, DBE, March 16, 2021
I Am: Operationalizing Dignity to Address Disparities in Well-Being
Paul Farmer, MD, PhD, Harvard Medical School, Partners in Health, and Jennie Weiss Block, OP, DMin, March 4, 2021
Faith, Hope and Option for the Poor in the Time of COVID
M. Therese Lysaught, Ph.D., Loyola University of Chicago, February 17, 2021
Rethinking Our Priorities: Catholic Bioethics After COVID-19
Stacy Davis, PhD, Cassie Majetic, PhD, and Andrew Pierce, PhD, Saint Mary's College, October 29, 2020
Signs of the Times and Laudato Si'
María Teresa (MT) Dávila, PhD, Merrimack College Daniel P. Horan, OFM, PhD, Catholic Theological Union, October 19, 2020
The Reception of Laudato Si'
M. Shawn Copeland, PhD, Boston College, February 6, 2020
Communion, Memory, and Sacramentals in Song of Solomon
Eileen Markey, Lehman College, City University of New York, November 18, 2019
Memory, Commitment and Solidarity: Maura Clarke and the Churchwomen of El Salvador as Models for Our Troubled Present
Sandra Yocum, PhD, University of Dayton, March 25, 2019
A School of Their Own: Saint Mary's Graduate School of Sacred Theology (1943-1969)
In honor of the 35th anniversary of the Center for Spirituality
Dr. Natalia Imperatori-Lee, Manhattan College, March 19, 2019
The Latinx Catholic Imagination and the Future of American Catholicism
Andrew Prevot, PhD, Boston College, February 21, 2019
Christian Prayer in a Violent World
Margaret Pfeil PhD, University of Notre Dame, October 8, 2018
Saint Oscar Arnulfo Romero: Sentir con la Iglesia
Daniel P. Horan, OFM, Catholic Theological Union, September 12, 2017
Pope Francis and All God's Creatures: A Challenge for the Global Church
Fr. Bryan N. Massingale, Fordham University, March 22, 2017
To Redeem the Soul of America: Toward a Moral Vision for a New Civil Rights Movement