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.
The Roman Forum Lectures in Church History 2010–2011
Fervent Catholics on a Ship of Fools
From the Fall of Constantinople to the Reuchlinstreit
John C. Rao
(D. Phil., Oxford)
Associate Professor of History, St. John’s University
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All sessions will meet on
Sundays, at 2:30 p.m.
(See schedule below for specific dates of lectures.)
University Church of St. Joseph
371 Sixth Avenue
New York, N.Y.
The entrance to the Church Hall is on Washington Place, south of Waverly Place.
Subway: A, B, C, D, E, F, V to West 4th Street.
City-States, “New Monarchies”, and Popes: Part One
An Unending Ottoman Advance
Eastern Christianity and the Rise of Muscovy
Western Christendom: A Multiplicity in Unity
Preaching, Printing, and the Thirst for Sanctity
Humanist Progress and Erasmus’ “Age of Gold”
Modern Image & Catholic Truth Series
Modern Liberty and Tyranny: Now and Forever — One and Inseparable (click here for details)
Cajetan and the Revival of the Scholastic Endeavor
City-States, “New Monarchies”, and Popes: Part Two
A Politicized Papacy?
A Rut Triumphant?
A Neo-Platonic and Neo-Aristotelian Christianity?
A Neo-Pagan Culture?
France, the Borgias, and the Bonfire of the Vanities
France, Julius II, and the Fifth Lateran Council
New Worlds, Padroado, and Patronato
Utraquists, Heretics, and Millenarians
The Reform of the Empire, the Erasmian Golden Age, and the Reuchlinstreit