Sep 19-20, 2014
Lonergan on the Edge 2014
Marquette University

The annual Graduate Student gathering. The program was as follows:

Friday, September 19, 2014
9:10 am Opening Remarks

9:30 am Brian Bajzek, Regis College, University of Toronto, "The Community of the Self-Emptying Servant: A Kenotic Expansion of Robert Doran's Ecclesial Heuristic"

10:00 am Bryan Gent, Regis College, University of Toronto, "In the Laboratory of the Imagination with Ricoeur and Lonergan"

10:45 am Jonathan Heaps, Marquette University, 2nd annual M. Shawn Copeland Presentation: "Cone's Adaptation: How Contextual Theologies Sub-differentiate Theological Consciousness"

1:00 pm Rachel Courey, Memorial University of Newfoundland, "Getting to Reconciliation: Lonergan and Religious Conflict Transformation"

1:30 pm Andrew Vink, Marquette University, "The Crucified People and the Law of the Cross: Lonergan and Ellacuria at the Crossroads"

2:10 pm Joshua Haxton, University of Notre Dame, "Finality, Love, Orders"

2:40 pm Eugene Schlesinger, Marquette University, "Beyond Cognition: Psychic Conversion, James K.A. Smith, and the Law of the Cross"

3:20 pm Samuel Granger, Boston College, "Facadebook: The Internet, Cognition, and Grace"

3:50 pm Christopher Krall, S.J., Boston College, "'Memoria' in Augustine's Trinity, A Needed Clarification in the Context of Recent Research"

4:30 pm Glenn Butner, Marquette University, "Participation or Communion? Trinitarian Reflections on the Four-point Hypothesis:

5:10 pm Rev. Joseph Ogbonnaya, Marquette University, "Keynote: African Liberation Theologies: Insights from the Integral Scale of Values"

Saturday, September 20, 2014
10:10 am: Panel on "Lonergan and the Questions of Ethics," featuring: Dr. Patrick Byrne,Boston College; Dr. Cynthia Crysdale, Sewanee: The University of the South; Rev. Philip Rossi, S.J., Marquette University, "Historical Mindedness, Moral Normativity, and the Workings of Contingency"; Jennifer Fenton, Doctoral Candidate in Philosophy, Marquette University; Nick Olkovich, Doctoral Candidate in Theology, St. Michael's College, University of Toronto, "A Lonerganian Retrieval of Political Decline and Retrieval"

1:40 pm Justin Schwartz, Regis College, University of Toronto, "Method in Theology as a Theoretical and Practical Reflection on the Great Commissions"

2:10 pm Heejung Adele Cho, Regis College, University of Toronto, "The Universal Presence of the Holy Spirit in the Context of Christianity in Asia: From the Perspective of Frederick E. Crowe, S.J. and the Federation of Asian Bishops' Conferences"

2:55 pm Eric Mabry, Regis College, University of Toronto, "DIDICIT OBEDIENTIAM: The Historical and Existential Ramifications of the Hypothesis of ESSE SECUNDARIUM"

3:25 pm Ryan Hemmer, Marquette University, "Social Grace as Dialectic"

We regret that the recordings of Brian Bajzek and Bryan Gent were faulty.

Available contributions from this conference:
  1. Bryan Gent, In the Laboratory of the Imagination with Ricoeur and Lonergan
  2. Jonathan Heaps, 2nd annual M. Shawn Copeland Presentation: "Cone's Adaptation: How Contextual Theologies Sub-differentiate Theological Consciousness"
  3. Rachel Courey, Getting to Reconciliation: Lonergan and Religious Conflict Transformation
  4. Andrew Vink, The Crucified People and the Law of the Cross: Lonergan and Ellacuria at the Crossroads
  5. Joshua Haxton, Finality, Love, Orders
  6. Eugene Schlesinger, Beyond Cognition: Psychic Conversion, James K.A. Smith, and the Law of the Cross
  7. Samuel Granger, Facadebook: The Internet, Cognition, and Grace
  8. Christopher Krall, 'Memoria' in Augustine's Trinity, A Needed Clarification in the Context of Recent Research
  9. Glenn Butner, Participation or Communion? Trinitarian Reflections on Lonergan's Four-point Hypothesis
  10. Joseph Ogbonnaya, Keynote: African Liberation Theologies: Insights from the Integral Scale of Values
  11. Various Speakers, Panel on Lonergan and the Questions of Ethics
  12. Justin Schwartz, Method in Theology as a Theoretical and Practical Reflection on the Great Commissions
  13. Heejung Cho, The Presence of the Holy Spirit in the Context of Christianity in Asia: From the Perspective of Frederick E. Crowe and the Federation of Asian Bishops' Conferences (FABC)
  14. Eric Mabry, DIDICIT OBEDIENTIAM: The Historical and Existential Ramifications of the Hypothesis of ESSE SECUNDARIUM
  15. Ryan Hemmer, Social Grace as Dialectic
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