Lecture Series
The New York City Lecture Series in Church History offers an in-depth discussion of consecutive periods in the life of Christendom each year from September through May.

Even Now the Devastation Is Begun…

…and Half the Business of Destruction Done, 1748-1799

The Roman Forum’s 2016-2017 Lecture Series. Click here for more info »

Splendors and Miseries of the Tridentine Life

The High Baroque and the Architects of Demolition, 1689-1748

The Roman Forum’s 2015-2016 Lecture Series. Click here for more info »

War in Heaven and the City of Man

Laying the Groundwork for a Garden of Earthly Delights, 1629-1689

The Roman Forum’s 2014-2015 Lecture Series. Click here for more info »

Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam

Sanctifying, Expanding & Defending the Meaning of Catholic Christendom

The Roman Forum’s 2013-2014 Lecture Series. Click here for more info »

The Tyranny of Words — Or the Triumph of the Word?: Two Conflicting Visions of the Meaning of the Incarnation

(1517–1563)

The Roman Forum’s 2012-2013 Lecture Series. Click here for more info »

Fervent Catholics on a Ship of Fools: From the Fall of Constantinople to the Reuchlinstreit

(1453–1517)

The Roman Forum’s 2011-2012 Lecture Series. Click here for more info »

Division, Despair & the Torturous Road to Recovery: From the Western Schism to the Fall of Constantinople

(1378–1453)

The Roman Forum’s 2010-2011 Lecture Series. Click here for more info »

Counterattack! Primal Assaults on the Medieval Catholic Synthesis

(1270–1378)

The Roman Forum’s 2009-2010 Lecture Series. Click here for more info »

“When Values Descended Upon the Earth”: Transformation in Christ and the Birth of the Lay Spirit

(1153–1268)

The Roman Forum’s 2008-2009 Lecture Series

“Binding the Rhinoceros”: Medieval Catholic Reform and the Taming of Nature

(1025–1153)

The Roman Forum’s 2007-2008 Lecture Series

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