Public Engagement and Invited Papers

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  1. The Future of Systematic Theology international symposium at St. Patrick’s Pontifical University, Ireland. June 2023.
  2. ‘Kierkegaard and Jung on the Daimon’, invited paper for the Redeeming Autonomy Rome Seminar at Australian Catholic University, Italy. May 2023.
  3. ‘Kierkegaard and the Imitation of Christ’, invited paper at the Templeton Religion Trust international workshop ‘Analogy, Desire, and Imitation’ at St. Patrick’s Pontifical University, Ireland. April 2023.
  4. ‘Theology of Time in Abraham J. Heschel and Pope Francis’, invited lecture at the Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies at Université Laval, Québec. Oct 2022.
  5. ‘Kierkegaard reads Hugh of St. Victor on Sanctification’, invited paper at the Faculty of Divinity, University of Cambridge, UK. June 2022.
  6. ‘Henri de Lubac as an Interpreter of Kierkegaard’, invited paper for Kierkegaard in France, lecture series organized by the Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities and the Faculty of Divinity at the University of Cambridge, UK. May 2021.
  7. ‘At the Crossroads: Cornelio Fabro’s Thomistic approach to Kierkegaard’s Thought’, invited paper for the Saint Damien Theology & Philosophy Conference at KU Leuven, Belgium. March 2020.
  8. ‘Cornelio Fabro’s reading of Kierkegaard’s writings’, invited paper for the Jornadas Kierkegaard conference at the Universidad del Salvador, Buenos Aires, Argentina. October 2019.
  9. ‘Another World is Possible: Cornelio Fabro’s Thomistic approach to Kierkegaard’s Theology of Creation’ invited paper for the Aquinas Consultation 2019 during the Catholic Theological Society of America Conference, Pittsburgh, USA. June 2019.
  10. ‘Being before God: Cornelio Fabro’s Thomistic approach to Kierkegaard’s Theology‘ invited paper for the Religion and Transformation in Contemporary Society research seminar at the University of Vienna, Austria. May 2019.
  11. ‘Opportunities for collaboration in Theology for research, innovation, and public debate’, invited presentation for The Guild Theology Network, Oslo University, Norway. May 2019.
  12. ‘Intellectual Origins of Secularization and Catholic Intellectual Responses (Round table discussion)’ invited participant for the Thomistic Institute Colloquium with Bishop Robert Barron, Prof. Judith Wolfe, and Prof. Thomas Pfau at the Angelicum, Italy. March 2019.
  13. ‘Kierkegaard and Romano Guardini’s Resilience’ invited paper for the International Theological Conference at the University of Malta, November 2018.
  14. ‘Cornelio Fabro’s Theological Assessment of Existential Thought’, invited paper for the Historical & Systematic Theology Research Seminar at Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C. March 2018.
  15. ‘Kierkegaard on the Difference between a Genius and an Apostle’, invited paper for the Theology and Reason in the Public Sphere Conference at Radboud University. November 2017.
  16. ‘Ecclesial Renewal through the eyes of Marie-Dominique Chenu OP’, invited paper for the Leuven Encounters in Systematic Theology Conference at KU Leuven, Belgium. October 2017. 
  17. Cornelio Fabro and Existentialism‘, invited paper for the Research Seminar for Professors in the School of Philosophy at Pontifical University Holy Cross, Rome, Italy. October 2017.
  18. ‘The Dialectic of Faith and Reason in Cornelio Fabro’s reading of Kierkegaard’s Theology’, invited paper for Theology and Ethics Research Seminar at Edinburgh University, Scotland. March 2017.
  19. ‘Kierkegaard and Catholic Thought’, invited paper for Kant & Public Theology Symposium, Center for Catholic Studies Radboud University, NL. November 2016
  20. ‘The Anxiety of Influence: Introducing Kierkegaard and the Catholic Tradition’, invited paper for the conference on Kierkegaard, Augustine, and the Catholic Tradition at Villanova University, USA. October 2016
  21. Changing Perspectives in Catholic Theology: Book Launch for Catholic Theology after Kierkegaard, Radboud University, Netherlands. May 2016
  22. ‘MacIntyre on Løgstrup: The Doctrine of Creation in Lutheran and Thomist Perspectives’, invited panelist for the conference on K.E. Løgstrup & Natural Law, Aarhus University, Denmark. April 2016
  23. ‘The Impact of Søren Kierkegaard on the thought of Cornelio Fabro’, invited panelist for the Fabro Symposium at the Catholic University of America, Washington D.C. April 2016
  24. Kierkegaard’s Catholic Reception and the Legacy of Vatican II’, invited panelist for Kierkegaard, Religion, and Culture Group at the American Academy of Religion, Atlanta. November 2015 
  25. The Forgotten Legacy of Nostra Aetate‘, invited paper for the Leuven Encounters in Systematic Theology Conference at KU Leuven, Belgium. October 2015
  26. Catholic Theology after Kierkegaard’, invited public lecture for the Leslie Center for the Humanities at Dartmouth College, USA. May 2015
  27. The Affinity of Strangers: Kierkegaard in Jewish-Catholic Perspective’, invited paper for the Center for Christian-Jewish Learning at Boston College, USA. April 2015
  28. ‘Edward Schillebeeckx on Secularisation and the Honest to God Debate’, presented to the Edward Schillebeeckx Centenary Conference at Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherlands. August 2014
  29. ‘Cornelio Fabro on Thomism and Atheism before and after Vatican II’, presented to the Society for the Study of Theology at Durham University, UK. April 2014
  30. On the Kierkegaardian Thomism of Cornelio Fabro’, invited paper given at the Digby Stuart Research Centre for Religion, Society and Human Flourishing Seminar at Roehampton University, London. February 2014
  31. ‘Reading St Thomas with Cornelio Fabro’, invited short paper given at the Catholic Theological Association of Great Britain. September 2013
  32. ‘The Problem of Faith after Christendom: Cornelio Fabro on John Henry Newman & Søren Kierkegaard’, presented to the Society for the Study of Theology at Nottingham University. April 2013

Public Engagement Talks:

Radboud Reflects

UK Tour 2014 – Christian Unity in a Pluralist Society

  • 6 May – Sacred Heart Church, Cheltenham
  • 17 May – Minsteracres Retreat Centre, Durham
  • 25 May – St Alban’s Cathedral
  • 29 May – Glasgow University
  • 6 June – Fairfield University (USA)
  • 30 June – Bar Convent, York
  • 1 September – Friend’s Meeting House, Manchester
  • 2 September – St Thomas More RC Church, Coventry