Subject - Catholicism Itself
7th Annual Catholic Intellectual Tradition Lecture Series
Free and open to the public
St. Mary’s University University Center
Conference Room A
Refreshments and conversation to follow
For more information call (210) 431-8094
One Camino Santa Maria
San Antonio,Texas 78228
St. Mary’s University welcomes you to a free, annual lectures series featuring men and women who have shaped the Catholic
Intellectual Tradition—a tradition at the heart of St. Mary’s educational enterprises. Join us at the upcoming presentation and the
February 10, 2010
Michael Galligan-Stierle, Ph.D.
“Catholic Higher Education: Embracing Catholic and catholic”
Catholic higher education is a dynamic and evolving witness of Christ in the world of
“already” and “not yet.” Galligan-Stierle’s presentation on the Church’s embrace of both
Catholic and catholic uses personal story, scriptural references and church documents to
explain the church’s “both – and,” rather than an “either – or,” way of proceeding.
Michael Galligan-Stierle is theVice President of the Association of Catholic Colleges and
Universities. He is the author of Promising Practices: Collaboration among Catholic Bishops
and University Presidents and Gospel on Campus.
April 7, 2010
Melanie M. Morey, Ph.D.
“Managing the Mission in Catholic Colleges and Universities”
Catholic higher educational institutions with a robust Catholic character, identity, and
mission will play important roles in resolving the vexing issues facing our faith today. Relying
on the most successful Catholic cultures in the United States, the presentation identifies
three of these challenges and articulates strategic solutions that neither break the bank nor
disrupt the core curriculum.
Melanie Morey is the Senior Director for Research and Consulting at NarrowGate
Consulting, a division of the Catholic Education Institute, Bronx, N.Y. She is also Co-Founder
and Co-Director of Substantially Catholic Summer Seminar.