10th Annual Ignatius Brady Lecture
4:30 p.m., Nov. 7, 2013
University Chapel, Doyle Hall
The Spiritual Vision and Social Consciousness of Thomas Merton:
Exploring the Franciscan Theological-Philosophical Foundations
Presented by Fr. Danial Horan, O.F.M.
Ninth Annual Ignatius Brady Lecture
12 February 2013
Kenan Osborne, O.F.M.
Our Relational World Today: Exploring the Wisdom of St. Bonaventure
(Note: Due to illness, the 10th Annual Ignatius Brady lecture was cancelled.)
Eighth Annual Ignatius Brady Lecture
9 November 2011
Fr. Murray Bodo, O.F.M.
The Writer’s Journey
Seventh Annual Ignatius Brady Lecture
10 November 2010
Dr. Bernard McGinn
A Franciscan Mystical Community in the Late Middle Ages: The Poor Clares of Bologna
Sixth Annual Ignatius Brady Lecture
11 November 2009
Dr. Beverly Mayne Kienzle
The Friars, Medieval Women and The Inquisition
Fifth Annual Lecture Ignatius Brady Lecture
12 November 2008
Alessandro Vettori, Ph.D.
Dante's Rewriting of Francis' Life: A Rading of Paradiso XI
Fourth Annual Lecture Ignatius Brady Lecture
7 November 2007
Image, Imagination, and Presence: Franciscan Art and the Origins of Renaissance Naturalism
Third Annual Lecture Ignatius Brady Lecture
8 November 2006
Joseph P. Chinnici, OFM
Sexual Abuse in Church and Society: A Franciscan Perspective on Power, Poverty, and Prestige
Second Annual Lecture Ignatius Brady Lecture
8 November 2005
Mary Beth Ingham, CSJ
Responding from the Tradition with John Duns Scotus: Franciscan Universities in the Third Millennium
Inaugural Ignatius Brady Lecture Lecture
14 November 2004
Clare and Francis of Assisi: Differing Perspectives on Gender and Power
Ignatius Charles Brady, O.F.M.
The annual Brady Lecture was established in conjunction with a major endowment gift given to the Franciscan Institute in 2002 by the Franciscan Friars of the St. John the Baptist Province.
Fr. Ignatius Brady, O.F.M., was a member of the province. He was one of the most renowned Franciscan scholars in America and Europe during the second half of the 20th century. In addition to his research and writing, he served as a faculty member at the Franciscan Institute.