Inaugural Symposium Faculty RoundTable Discussion

This Faculty RoundTable Discussion was a part of the Inaugural Symposium on Catholic Higher Education and the New Evangelization.

Dr. Scott Hahn — The New Evangelization and Franciscan University

Dr. Scott Hahn, The Fr. Michael Scanlan Professor of Biblical Theology and the New Evangelization at Franciscan University of Steubenville, delivers his talk, “The New Evangelization and Franciscan University,” as the final event celebrating the inauguration of Father Sean O. Sheridan, TOR as sixth president of Franciscan University.

Fr. Sean O. Sheridan, TOR — A Presidential Perspective: Catholic Higher Education and the New Evangelization

Fr. Sean O. Sheridan, TOR, president of Franciscan University of Steubenville, contributes his talk, “A Presidential Perspective: Catholic Higher Education and the New Evangelization,” to the Inaugural Symposium on Catholic Higher Education and the New Evangelization.

Fr. Sean O. Sheridan, TOR — The Qualities of the New Evangelization

Fr. Sean O. Sheridan, TOR, president of Franciscan University of Steubenville, discusses some important properties of the New Evangelization in this excerpt from his talk, “A Presidential Perspective: Catholic Higher Education and the New Evangelization.”  Fr. Sean’s talk was part of the Inaugural Symposium on Catholic Higher Education and the New Evangelization.

Bishop Jeffrey Montforton — A Shepherd’s Perspective: Catholic Higher Education and the New Evangelization

Most Rev. Jeffrey M. Monforton, bishop of Steubenville, opens the Symposium on Catholic Higher Education and the New Evangelization with his talk: “A Shepherd’s Perspective: Catholic Higher Education and the New Evangelization.”  The symposium was part of the celebration of the Inauguration of Father Sean O. Sheridan, TOR, as sixth president of Franciscan University of Steubenville.

Bishop Jeffrey Montforton — The Holy Spirit as the Source of the New Evangelization

Most Rev. Jeffrey M. Monforton, bishop of Steubenville, credits the Holy Spirit as being the font of the New Evangelization in this excerpt from his talk: “A Shepherd’s Perspective: Catholic Higher Education and the New Evangelization.” Bishop Monforton’s talk was the first of the symposium on Catholic Higher Education and the New Evangelization. The symposium was part of the series of events to celebrate the inauguration of Father Sean O. Sheridan, TOR, as sixth president of Franciscan University of Steubenville.

Curtis Martin — What is the New Evangelization?

Curtis Martin, President of the Fellowship of Catholic University Students, talks about the New Evangelization in this excerpt from his talk entitled “New Leaders for the New Evangelization” at Franciscan University of Steubenville.  Curtis Martin’s appearance was part of the Spring 2013 Distinguished Speakers Series.

Curtis Martin — New Leaders for the New Evangelization

Curtis Martin, President of the Fellowship of Catholic University Students, discusses leadership in his talk entitled “New Leaders for the New Evangelization” at Franciscan University of Steubenville.  Curtis Martin’s appearance was part of the Spring 2013 Distinguished Speakers Series.

Steve Ray — We’re Out to Save

Steve Ray, Producer or “Footprints of God: The Story of Salvation from Abraham to Augustine,” speaks about “We’re Out to Save” at the 2012 Defending the Faith Conference here on campus in Steubenville, Ohio.

Watch the full talk here: Spreading the Gospel Back Then and All Over Again.

Steve Ray — The New Evangelization: Learning from the Early Church

Steve Ray, Producer or “Footprints of God: The Story of Salvation from Abraham to Augustine,” speaks about “The New Evangelization: Learning from the Early Church” at the 2012 Defending the Faith Conference here on campus in Steubenville, Ohio.

Watch the full talk here: Spreading the Gospel Back Then and All Over Again.

Steve Ray — Spreading the Gospel Back Then and All Over Again

Steve Ray, Producer or “Footprints of God: The Story of Salvation from Abraham to Augustine,” speaks about “Spreading the Gospel Back Then and All Over Again” at the 2012 Defending the Faith Conference here on campus in Steubenville, Ohio.

Dr. Scott Hahn — Courtship, Engagement and Marriage: A Model for the New Evangelization

Dr. Scott Hahn, Professor of Theology at Franciscan University of Steubenville, speaks about “Courtship, Engagement and Marriage: A Model For the New Evangelization” at the 2012 Defending the Faith Conference here on campus in Steubenville, Ohio. Dr. Scott Hahn is the Fr. Michael Scanlan, TOR, Chair of Biblical Theology and the New Evangelization at Franciscan University of Steubenville.

Watch the full talk here: The Evangelical Catholic Moment?: The Bible, the Eucharist, and the New Evangelization.

Dr. Scott Hahn — The Evangelical Catholic Moment?: The Bible, the Eucharist, and the New Evangelization

Dr. Scott Hahn, Professor of Theology at Franciscan University of Steubenville, speaks about “The Evangelical Catholic Moment? The Bible, the Eucharist, and the New Evangelization” at the 2012 Defending the Faith Conference here on campus in Steubenville, Ohio. Dr. Scott Hahn is the Fr. Michael Scanlan, TOR, Chair of Biblical Theology and the New Evangelization at Franciscan University of Steubenville.

Patrick Madrid — Written on a Napkin

Patrick Madrid, Author of “Envoy for Christ: 25 Years as a Catholic Apologist,” speaks on “Written on a Napkin” at the 2012 Defending the Faith Conference here on campus in Steubenville, Ohio.

Watch the whole talk here: The Shock of Divine Kinship.

Patrick Madrid — Speak the Truth

Patrick Madrid, Author of “Envoy for Christ: 25 Years as a Catholic Apologist,” speaks on “Speak the Truth” at the 2012 Defending the Faith Conference here on campus in Steubenville, Ohio.

Watch the full talk here: The Shock of Divine Kinship.

Patrick Madrid — The Shock of Divine Kinship

Patrick Madrid, Author of “Envoy for Christ: 25 Years as a Catholic Apologist,” speaks on “The Shock of Divine Kinship” at the 2012 Defending the Faith Conference here on campus in Steubenville, Ohio.

The New Evangelization

Join host Michael Hernon and panelists Dr. Ralph Martin and Dr. Scott Hahn as they discuss the importance of their upcoming series “The New Evangelization,” airing on EWTN beginning March 3rd.

The New Evangelization

The New Evangelization

Join Host Michael Hernon and panelists Dr. Ralph Martin and Dr. Scott Hahn as they discuss the importance of their upcoming series “The New Evangelization”, airing on EWTN beginning March 3rd.

Steve Ray — Evangelizing in a Pagan World

Steve Ray, author and speaker, addresses Franciscan University students as part of the Year of Faith Lecture Series. This excerpt comes from his talk titled “How Catholics Can Re-Evangelize the World.”

Watch the full talk here: How Catholics Can Re-Evangelize the World

Steve Ray — Armed With Lightning

Steve Ray, author and speaker, addresses Franciscan University students as part of the Year of Faith Lecture Series. This excerpt comes from his talk “How Catholics Can Re-Evangelize the World.”

Watch the full talk here: How Catholics Can Re-Evangelize the World

Steve Ray — How Catholics Can Re-Evangelize Our World

Steve Ray, author, speaker, and leader of pilgrimages to the Holy Land, addresses Franciscan University students as part of the Year of Faith Lecture Series. Ray spoke on how Catholics can re-evangelize the world.

The Year of Faith: The Bible, the Eucharist, and the New Evangelization

A biblical theologian and Franciscan University professor discusses the recently-begun Year of Faith.

The new evangelization was never meant to be a short-term project.  That much should have been clear to anyone paying attention to Pope John Paul II in 1983.

That year, while addressing the Latin American Bishops’ Conference in Haiti, the Pope called for the Church universal to embark on a new evangelization of the post-Christian West.  He didn’t, however, simply call for a new evangelization: He also laid out a timeline.

Read more at Franciscan Way.

The New Evangelization

Join Host Michael Hernon, panelists Dr. Regis Martin and Dr. Scott Hahn, and special guest Dr. Ralph Martin, as they discuss our call to be part of a new evangelization.

HANDOUT: Get Dr. Martin’s handout for this episode.

“Witness to the New Evangelization,” the Text of Archbishop Carlson’s DTF Lecture

Witness to the New Evangelization

Steubenville Conference—Apologetics & New Evangelization (July 27, 2012)

I. Introduction

When we find a good restaurant we want to share it with our friends, and we do.  When we hear a good song we want to share it with our friends, and we do. When we see a good movie or read a good book or find a good recipe we want to share it with our friends, and we do.  The fact that you can now do it on Facebook is just a new twist on an old theological principle: The good is self-diffusive. The good wants to be shared, and anyone who resists doing so is rightly called selfish.

It’s a curious fact about many Catholics, however, that there is one good thing that we’re reluctant to share: the good news of our faith in Jesus Christ.  For one reason or another, our culture tells us that it’s selfish to keep good things to ourselves, but rude to share the good news of Jesus Christ.  And, for one reason and another, we’ve grown comfortable with that double standard.

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