The Department of Moral Theology has taken the initiative to start a course in Spanish, from February 16 to May 25, 2023, on virtue ethics, entitled Características y temas fundamentales de la ética de la virtud, taught by Rev. Prof. Ángel Rodríguez Luño. The course explores the main themes of fundamental morality from the specific perspective of virtue ethics, weaving in other current concepts and the recent Magisterium. Time: 3:55 p.m. - 5:35 p.m. Attendance: in-person and online Language: Spanish More Information
During the second semester, The Most Reverend Msgr. Massimo Camisasca, Bishop Emeritus of the Diocese of Reggio Emilia-Guastalla and former founder and superior of the Fraternity of St. Charles (born from the charism of the Communion and Liberation Movement), will teach a course in the Faculty of Theology on Fr. Luigi Giussani: "His Experience of Mankind and Christ" The course will consist of two parts. The first shorter part will have a primarily historical focus, addressing crucial moments for Italy and Europe in the second half of the 20th century. The second more extensive part will have a primarily theological and pedagogical focus, analyzing the most important writings of the Founder of Communion and Liberation. For information write to
On Friday, Feb. 10, 2023 (9 a.m., Room A202), ISCOM, in collaboration with the Faculty of Communication, arranged a course entitled "Artificial Intelligence Changes the Way We Communicate." The day was split up into three sessions which will address different aspects of how AI helps us to communicate. Prof. Giovanni Tridente (Pontifical University of the Holy Cross), illustrated on The Church Being Put to the Test of Artificial Intelligence, Dr. Fabio Lazzini (SOGEI) developed the relationship between the voluntary sector and artificial intelligence, Dr. Gabriele Campagnano, from the Presidenza del Consiglio, focused his speech on the relationship
from 3 March to 26 May 2023: 10 lessons
Organized by the Schools of Canon Law and Theology, the Study Week on Spiritual Accompaniment in Movements and New Communities ("Aiding human and supernatural growth") took place from 30 January to 3 February 2023. The activity was aimed at members of ecclesial movements and new communities involved in the spiritual accompaniment of the faithful, to reflect on the possibilities, challenges and issues related to it, in general and specifically within these ecclesial realities. More Info
A public presentation took place on Wednesday 18 January 2023 (3.30 pm, Aula Álvaro del Portillo) on the occasion of the new edition of Josef Pieper's book, Elogio della filosofia, published by Ares. SPEAKERS Prof. Andrea MONDA Direttore de "L'Osservatore Romano" Prof. Francesco FRONTEROTTA Sapienza Università di Roma Prof. Antonio PETAGINE Università degli Studi di Roma Tre Prof. Michele ALESSANDRELLI ILIESI-CNR - Pontificia Università dellaSanta Croce Modera Prof. Gennaro LUISE Pontificia Università della Santa Croce More Information
After three years of absence due to the pandemic, in recent days a group of students from the University of Missouri Columbia School of Journalism visited our Faculty of Communication again, as part of their 2023 Europe Tour. The guests took part in a morning of study on religious information and had guided tours of St. Peter's Basilica and the Vatican Museums.
On January 12, 2023, the Academic Feast of the Faculty of Canon Law was celebrated in honor of the patron saint San Raimondo de Peñafort.
After the Holy Mass in the Basilica of Sant'Apollinare, presided over by the dean Jesús Miñambres, an academic event took place in the Álvaro del Portillo hall, with a lectio magistralis by Mons. Patrick Valdrini, on the theme The juridical categories of a synodal ecclesiastical government .
Dal 13 febbraio al 22 maggio 2023, ogni lunedì (esclusi il 3 e 10 aprile e il 1° maggio), dalle ore 15 alle ore 16.40, le Facoltà di Teologia e Diritto Canonico organizzano il Corso opzionale (4 ECTS) Movimenti ecclesiali: una realtà in cammino. Il servizio del diritto ecclesiale. L'attività è divisa in due parti: fondamenti teologici e magisteriali (identità, caratteristiche specifiche, missione, relazione dei movimenti con le Chiese particolari) e taglio giuridico (configurazione canonica dei movimenti, condizione giuridica dei membri, governo e formazione, prevenzione e correzione di abusi). La partecipazione è gratuita per gli studenti delle altre Università