We’re always looking for ways to enrich our religious and spiritual discussion with new and diverse ways of thinking. The Hesburgh Lectures, sponsored by the University of Notre Dame, helps us bring in speakers from outside the Furman community to start a discussion on everything from “Religion, Spirituality, and Health” to how different religions coexisted in Medieval Spain.
Established in 1986, the Hesburgh Lecture Series aims to encourage intellectual dialogue between alumni, community members and the distinguished faculty of Furman’s sister university, Notre Dame. Each year, Notre Dame faculty members deliver more than 200 presentations around the world. The series is named for Rev. Theodore Hesburgh, C.S.C., President Emeritus of the University of Notre Dame.
A reception hosted by the Catholic Campus Ministry follows the lecture in the Bryan Garden Room.
For more information, please contact Susan Bennett, by email or by phone 864.294.2133.