Past Speakers

Session VII: July 2006-May 2007

  • Take Two From the Pulpit of Hollywood Surprisingly Catholic Messages Found in Popular Movies Dr. Michael Foley Assistant Professor of Patristics, Baylor University, Waco, Texas
  • Christianity and Big Business An Executives Guide to Staying Out of Jail Bill Bowman, President and CEO, US Inspect LLC, Chantilly, VA
  • All Shook Up: Music, Beauty, and Character Carson Holloway Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Nebraska, Omaha, Nebraska

Session VI: September 2005-May 2006

  • Putting Out Into The Deep Keith Fimian, Chairman and Founder, USInspect, the Nations Largest Home Inspection Company, Washington D.C.
  • Confessions of a Bookie Mitch Muncie, Editor in Chief, Spence Publishing, Dallas, Texas
  • Do We Underestimate the Potential of Today’s Youth? David Holzweiss, Executive Director of The South Bronx Educational Foundation, Inc., New York, NY
  • Wrong Place at the Right Time Mark Cheffers,Founder and CEO of IVES Group, Inc., Worcester, MA
  • Stem Cell Research: Promise & Opportunity Fr. Robert Gahl is an Associate Professor of Ethics at the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross, Rome, Italy

Session V: September 2004-March 2005

  • The Father’s Role in Educating Children James Stenson, Author & Lecturer
  • Living Our Faith in the Political Arena Raymond Flynn Former U.S. Ambassador to the Vatican, Former Mayor, City of Boston
  • Seeking God in the Trenches of Everyday Work John Coverdale, Professor of Law, Seton Hall University School of Law , Newark, NJ
  • Why Marriage Matters Dwight Duncan, Assistant Professor of Law, Southern New England School of Law

Session IV: September 2003-March 2004

  • The Modern Businessman’s Mission Peter Lynch, Vice Chairman, Fidelity Investments
  • Uniting Christians to Change the World Robert Bradley, Principal, Bradley, Bradley, Foster & Sargent, Inc.
  • On Campus Culture Peter Kreeft, Professor of Philosophy, Boston College
  • A Culture of Life & Investment Management Edward Noonan, President, Contravisory Research & Management

Session III: September 2002-March 2003

  • The Culture of Life Begins At Home Michael Pakaluk, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Clark University
  • The Ethics of Lawyering Dwight Duncan, Associate Professor of Law, Southern New England School of Law
  • Nihilism in Pop Culture Thomas Hibbs, Chair of the Philosophy Department, Boston College
  • Are Hospital Ethics Committees Dangerous To Your Health? David Solomon, Director, University of Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture,South Bend, Indiana

Session II: September 2001-March 2002

  • Assisting the Poor & Afflicted Paul Swope, Executive Director, The Caring Foundation
  • The Medical Technology Explosion: How to Handle Ethical Dilemmas John Haas, the National Catholic Bioethics Center
  • The Gift of Fatherhood James Stenson, Author & Lecturer
  • Education at Home Kevin Ryan, Retired Professor, Boston University School of Education

Session I: September 2000-March 2001

  • Sanctifying Our Professional Work Fr. C. John McCloskey III, a priest of the Prelature of Opus Dei
  • Spiritual Life for a Leader William H. Bowman, President, Logal Software
  • Community Responsibility: What Can We Do and What Should We Do? Joe Cavanaugh, Attorney, Providence, RI
  • Leadership At Work & At Home Michael Pakaluk, Professor of Philosophy, Clark University