Events

Upcoming Events

Fiction, Lies, and the Authority of Law

This is a lunch time discussion on Steven Smith’s Fiction, Lies, and the Authority of Law. More details will be available at a later date. This […]

This is a lunch time discussion on Steven Smith’s Fiction, Lies, and the Authority of Law.

More details will be available at a later date.

This event is sponsored by the Project on Constitutional Originalism and the Catholic Intellectual Tradition at the Columbus School of Law.

Russell Hittinger on “How to Inherit a Kingdom: Reflections on the Situation of Catholic Political Thought”

Heritage Hall, 597 Michigan Ave NE

First Annual Catholic Political Thought Lecture

First Annual Catholic Political Thought Lecture

Recognizing the Body of Christ

Stay tuned for more information about our bi-annual partner event with the National Catholic Partnership on Disability. The date for this event will be decided at a later date.

Stay tuned for more information about our bi-annual partner event with the National Catholic Partnership on Disability. The date for this event will be decided at a later date.

Past Events

What Does Christianity Teach about Politics?

The IHE is proud to co-sponsor Baylor in Washington’s 2022 Summer Workshop. Each summer, Baylor in Washington hosts an academic seminar in our nation’s capital examining […]

The IHE is proud to co-sponsor Baylor in Washington’s 2022 Summer Workshop.

Each summer, Baylor in Washington hosts an academic seminar in our nation’s capital examining key issues at the intersection of faith, ethics, and public policy. These discussion-based seminars are designed for young professionals and rising academics seeking to integrate their beliefs with questions they encounter in their intellectual and professional endeavors. This summer, our seminar is entitled “Political Theology: What Does Christianity Teach About Politics?”

Applications are due May 20 and are available here.

2022 Civitas Dei

The Civitas Dei Summer Fellowship, sponsored by the Institute for Human Ecology at The Catholic University of America and the Thomistic Institute at the Dominican House […]

The Civitas Dei Summer Fellowship, sponsored by the Institute for Human Ecology at The Catholic University of America and the Thomistic Institute at the Dominican House of Studies, offers competitive fellowships for graduate students (and a few advanced undergraduates) in the sciences, humanities, and law. Accepted fellows attend a fully-funded, week-long seminar in Washington, DC where, under the leadership of distinguished scholars, they engage core questions of culture and public life in light of Catholic thought.

More information here.

TBD Events

An Evening with The Lamp

Stay tuned for more information. The date for this event will be decided at a later date.

Stay tuned for more information. The date for this event will be decided at a later date.

Recognizing the Body of Christ

Stay tuned for more information about our bi-annual partner event with the National Catholic Partnership on Disability. The date for this event will be decided at a later date.

Stay tuned for more information about our bi-annual partner event with the National Catholic Partnership on Disability. The date for this event will be decided at a later date.

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