Dr. John Crosby — The Universality of Incarnational Humanism

Dr. John Crosby, Director of the MA Philosophy Program at Franciscan University of Steubenville, discusses the universality of incarnational humanism in this excerpt from his talk entitled “The Triumph of Incarnational Humanism at Vatican II” delivered at the Year of Faith Symposium on Vatican II at Franciscan University of Steubenville.

Watch the full talk here: The Triumph of Incarnational Humanism at Vatican II.

Dr. John Crosby — The Triumph of Incarnational Humanism at Vatican II

Dr. John Crosby, Director of the MA Philosophy Program at Franciscan University of Steubenville, delivers his talk entitled “The Triumph of Incarnational Humanism at Vatican II” at the Year of Faith Symposium on Vatican II at Franciscan University of Steubenville.

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.

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