David DeavelUniversity of St. Thomas
Dwight LindleyHillsdale College
Open to current high school students. $20 registration fee includes breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Part of the Lumen Christi Institute's Newman Forum for high school students. Contact Austin Walker with questions.
Cosponsored by Mundelein Seminary, the Archdiocese of Chicago Vocation Office, and the McGrath Institute for Church Life at the University of Notre Dame. This program is made possible in part by a gift from the Paluch Family Foundation.
Have you ever wondered why you go to school? Or what the point of it all is? What goes into making a big decision? And how do you fit together everything you know--or even the past with the future?
John Henry Newman will be canonized on October 13th. On October 19th, we'll celebrate his life and thought.
9:00am Registration and Breakfast
10:00am Welcome & Introductions
10:15am Opening Prayer
10:30am Prof. Lindley lecture on Newman's life and times
11:45am Lunchtime discussion group
1:00pm Outdoor activity
2:15pm Prof. Deavel lecture on Science, University, and Liberal Education
3:30pm Discussion Groups
4:30pm Mass (optional)
5:45pm Pizza Party (optional)
David P. Deavel is Assistant Professor of Catholic Studies at the University of St. Thomas. He holds an MA, MPhil, and PhD from Fordham University. His research and teaching focus on John Henry Newman, G.K. Chesterton, and the English Catholic literary revival; literature and Catholic thought; and political philosophy. He serves as Editor of Logos: A Jouranl of Catholic Thought and Culture.
Dwight A. Lindley III is Associate Professor of English at Hillsdale College, where he has taught since 2011. He holds an MA and PhD from the University of Dallas and a BA from Hillsdale College. He has written numerous articles on nineteenth-century literature and poetry. Prof. Lindley is currently working on several book projects, including Probability and Practical Reasoning in Nineteenth-Century Literature: Austen, Newman, and Eliot.