Forthcoming Events

On Monday, April 3, 2023, in light of the upcoming conference "Women in the Church: Makers of the Mankind" that our university will host March 7-8, 2024, a group of ambassadors and representatives of the Diplomatic Corps to the Holy See participated in a preparatory meeting.  After greetings from Rector Luis Navarro, Academic Vice-Rector Cristina Reyes and Prof. Álvarez, who are part of the conference’s scientific committee, reviewed some of the topics that will be addressed at next year’s conference and presented the names of the women who will be discussed: from Josephine Bakhita to Mother Teresa of Calcutta, from Maria Mackillop to
Volume 8, Issue 1 (2023) of the School of Church Communication's scholarly journal Church, Communication and Culture is available online, which begins with an editorial entitled: “Benedict XVI: A Communicative Style in Dialogue with Culture.” The articles address several topics, including "woke culture" and "Catholic influencers," as well as articles on changes in communication and culture within the public sphere and the Catholic Church.
Link to new issue   The Pontifical University of the Holy Cross’s
On Wednesday, March 29, 2023, the university hosted an event presenting the National Network of Family Friendly Municipalities, launched in 2017 by the Autonomous Province of Trento together with the Municipality of Alghero and the National Association of Large Families. Speakers include the President of the Autonomous Province of Trento, Maurizio Fugatti; the Minister for Family, Birth, and Equal Opportunities, Eugenia Maria Roccella; the Archbishop of Trento, Lauro Tisi; and the President of the Italian Bishops' Conference, Cardinal Matteo Maria Zuppi. Rector Luis Navarro made the opening remarks. The Network of Family Friendly Municipalities is the network of
A “University Life” event will be held on Wednesday, March 29, 2023 (at 3:15 p.m. in the Academic Senate Hall "Benedict XVI"). Prof. Giuseppe Barzaghi will be giving a seminar entitled “Becoming, Tternity, and Divinity: Contradictions and Solutions.Mercoledì 29 marzo 2023 (ore 15.15 aula Senato Accademico "Benedetto XVI") come evento di Vita Universitaria, si svolgerà un seminario tenuto dal prof. Giuseppe Barzaghi, dal titolo Divenire, eternità e divinità: contraddizioni e soluzioni.
Organized by the School of Canon Law and the Center for Legal Studies on the Family, the interdisciplinary study day on The Family as a Primary Evangelizing Subject was held on Thursday, March 23, 2023. The initiative was in response to Pope Francis' latest address to families on the World Meeting of Families 2022. In his address, he explained that every family “has a mission to carry out in the world, a testimony to give” and invited them to allow themselves to be transformed by the Lord “so that [you] too can change the world and make it ‘home’ for all those who need to feel welcomed and accepted, for all those who need to encounter Christ and to know that they are loved
From March 16-18, 2023, the university’s School of Theology, together with The Research Group of Relational Ontology (ROR), the University of Notre Dame, the Angelicum, and the Tantur Ecumenical Institute, will hold a Congress entitled Trinitarian Ontology? An Ecumenical Issue. On Friday, March 17, 2023 (12–6:30 p.m., Álvaro del Portillo Lecture Hall), our university will host a day of the Congress with talks by Rowan Williams (Cambridge), Giulio Maspero (Pontifical University of the Holy Cross), and Isidoros Katsos (Oxford).  
On Wednesday, March 15, 2023 (9:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m., Aula Magna Giovanni Paolo II), the School of Church Communications – together with the ISCOM Association – will be hosting a Study Day entitled "Artificial Intelligence: A Challenge for Information." This meeting is the fourth of a series which met previously on October 29, 2019, January 29, 2021, and March 16, 2022. This Study Day will attempt to answer a few questions: Is it possible to take advantage of the opportunities offered by the
Saturday, March 11 and Saturday, March 18, 2023: training for high school teachers. For more information, view the event poster.
Participation in the event will be both online and in-person.
Registration is mandatory for both.
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The DISF Research Center, in collaboration with the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross’ School of Theology, organized the conference "Secularity and science: what scientists in Italy really think about religion," by Dr. Brandon Vaidyanathan, Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Sociology The Catholic University of America. Prof. Giuseppe Tanzella Nitti and Prof. Claudio Tagliapietra took part in the meeting.     Poster | Website      


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