The first More House Lecture was given in 1962 by theologian Fr. John Courtney Murray, S.J. His talk was entitled “On the Problem of God.” Today, the More House Lecture continues to bring lecturers to STM who are engaged in the creation—and teaching—of Catholic theology.
The George W. Hunt, S.J. Prize for Excellence in Journalism, Arts & Letters honors young writers who demonstrate integrity and the promise of future achievement in their works. The prize was established in 2014 as a joint initiative of Saint Thomas More Chapel & Center at Yale and America Media.
This lecture intends to explore the contributions of women in church and society. It has welcomed such distinguished guests as Kerry Robinson, Executive Director for the Leadership Roundtable; Elizabeth Dryer, author of Making Sense of God: A Woman’s Perspective; and Maura Ryan, Associate Professor of Theology, Notre Dame University.
Named in memory of a beloved former Catholic Chaplain at Yale, this annual lecture explores the intersection of poetry and faith that was a particular interest of Fr. Gosselin, and is presented each year concurrently with poetry contest.
This lecture is named in memory of Rev. Richard R. Russell, honoring Fr. Russell’s twenty-five years of extraordinary service as Catholic Chaplain at Yale. The Russell Lecture is a bi-annual lectureship dedicated to advancing Catholic intellectual excellence on Yale’s campus.
This series gathers twice a semester and invites a member of the faculty to speak about his or her personal life of faith over dinner following the 5 pm Sunday liturgy. These powerful, often soulful reflections strengthen the faith community and inspire many faculty to view Saint Thomas More Chapel as their home.
Theology on Tap is a national program whose goal is outreach to and collaboration with young adult Catholics in pursuit of spiritual growth. Since its inception, this program has proven to be a successful vehicle for reaching young adults interested in learning more about their faith, coming together to share community, and feeling welcomed and valued in the Catholic Church.
Faith and Policy
Faith and Policy provides STM members with a forum to discuss their Catholic faith and their study of policy and law.
Faith and Science
Faith and Science examines the different (and sometimes complementary) ways Christianity and science approach human rights, stewardship and life’s unknowns.
Women Reading Theology Women Reading Theology meets to discuss theology written by contemporary Catholic women.
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