Dr Lisa Sowle Cahill, the internationally distinguished American moral theologian and ethicist, delievered the annual Newman Lecture at Campion Hall on Friday 6th March at 5 p.m. After graduating as a theologian from the Jesuit Santa Clara University, she proceeded to the University of Chicago Divinity School to take her PhD under the supervision of James Gustafson. Having been Visiting Professor of Catholic Theology at Yale University, she is now J. Donald Monan Professor at Boston College. Her lecture was on Marriage and the Family and the Upcoming Synod. The Newman Lecture is sponsored in turn by Campion Hall, St Benet’s Hall and Blackfriars Hall.
Above: The Speaker: Lisa Sowle Cahill and the Chancellor
Main image: The Archbishop of Southwark, the Most Revd Peter Smith, the Speaker: Professor Lisa Sowle Cahill, the Master of Campion Hall, the Chancellor, Lady Patten, the Archbishop of Birmingham, the Most Revd Bernard Longley