For faculty interested in pursuing aspects of the theme -- Spirituality & Theology -- within theological, social, and psychological arenas; interdisciplinary proposals from a variety of disciplines are especially welcomed.
Applicants must write a proposal of no more than 500 words to include: a summary of the topic, a tentative title, some discussion of how it contributes to the study of spirituality and/or theology, and the expected goal or aim of the research project.
PAST NEWS & EVENTS 2014
Spring 2014 Lecture Series
PAST NEWS & EVENTS 2013
Fall 2013 Jewish Faith & Life Lecture Series
Past News & Events
November 17, 2011
“Historical Accountability and Virtues of Integrity”
Margaret Urban Walker
(co-sponsored with the Office of Mission and Ministry)
October 21, 2011
“Truth in Jest: The Place of Laughter in Spirituality”
March 14, 2011
"From the Buggy to the Byte: How the Amish Tame Technology"
Donald B. Kraybill
March 31, 2011
Serving the Crucified People: Using Science, Ethics, and Theology to Fight Environmental Injustice
October 26, 2010
Welcome to the Dazzling Technological Revolution!? How About a Little Cautious Toe-Dipping Instead
Mark Graham, Villanova University
In Memoriam: Avery Cardinal Dulles - 1918-2008
Cardinal Dulles contributed to the Theology Institute over the years.
Several of his papers are available here: