Campion Hall is hosting the Catholic Bishop's Conference's Health and Social Care group on Friday 22nd May 2015.
Campion Hall is hosting the Heythrop Institute for Religion and Society's Santiago Group conference.
Date: Wednesday 20th May 2015 - Friday 22nd May
The General Election might have returned a Conservative majority government, but the results ‘cannot disguise a deeply divided nation, one which has rarely been more fragile and is heading into a precarious future.’ James Hanvey SJ looks to what lies ahead and suggests that two pillars of Catholic Social Teaching can invigorate politics and allow it to serve, rather than instrumentalise society.
"WOW!", was the admiring opening comment of Lord (Chris) Patten, the University’s Chancellor, as he began chairing the discussion following this year’s Newman lecture given on 6 March by Professor Lisa Sowle Cahill. In his exclamation the Chancellor was summing up the warm acclamation accorded to Professor Cahill’s masterly presentation by a large appreciative audience.
The Master of Campion Hall, Rev'd, James Hanvey, SJ, will be giving a Lunchtime Talk in St Giles' Church, Oxford on the themes of 'Glimpses of the Divine: Some Personal Encounters, on Thursday 14th May at 12.30pm.
Rev'd Michael F. Suarez, SJ. is a University Professor and Director of Rare Book School at the University of Virginia. A Jesuit priest, Suarez is currently co-General Editor of The Collected Works of Gerard Manley Hopkins, and Editor-in-Chief of Oxford Scholarly Editions Online (OSEO). He is a Visiting Fellow at Campion Hall, the University of oxford.
Dr. Oriana Skylar Mastro, Campion Hall (Assistant Professor of Security Studies, Georgetown University), is giving a talk at the Oxford China Centre, St Hugh’s College on 14 May 2015 (1st seminar at 1-2:30pm). The subject is: ‘How China Ends Wars (1950-1979): Implications for Contemporary Flashpoints’
The Jesuit Novices are arriving on Sunday for a week at the Hall where they will be given several courses ranging from the Constitutions, Canon Law, Moral Theology and Jesuit history from members of the Community.