Santa Clara Lecture
Insights from and Challenges to Catholic Social Thought
Bryan N. Massingale
2010 Santa Clara Lecture
November 11, 2010 | 7:30-9:00 PM
Williman Room, Benson Memorial Center
Solidarity is a key concept in Catholic social ethics. Yet the demands of this summons have yet to be applied in a sustained way to the racial tensions and divisions that mark U.S. life. What does authentic solidarity between estranged racial groups require? How does such cross-racial solidarity expand the boundaries of Catholic social reflection? In the 2010-2011 Santa Clara Lecture, Professor Bryan Massingale will seek to address these questions and reflect on the the kind of virtues and spirituality needed for cross-racial solidarity today.