The 2015 Conference will be on “Remembering the Reformation Together: Commemorate? Celebrate? Repent?”
It will be held June 15-17. 2015, at the Catholic University of America, Washington, DC
Among the Speakers: Timothy George, Sarah Hinlicky Wilson, Stanley Hauerwas, Thomas Fitzgerald, Bp Charles Morerod, and Michael Root
More information will be posted here as plans develop.
Last year’s conference:
Life Amid the Principalities
The 2014 Pro Ecclesia Annual Conference for Clergy and Laity
Sponsored by the Center for Catholic and Evangelical Theology
Founded by Carl E. Braaten & Robert W. Jenson
To be held at Loyola University, Baltimore, Maryland
June 9, 2014, 7 pm through June 11, 2014, noon
“We are not contending against flesh and blood, but against the principalities, against the powers, against the world rulers of this present darkness.” So Paul warns his Ephesian readers to put on the “whole armor of God” and be ready for struggle with the world. And yet Paul also says that these principalities and powers were created in and for Christ (Col. 1:16), have now been disarmed ((Col 2:15), and cannot separate us from the love of God (Rom 8:38). What are the principalities and powers of our time in politics, technology, culture, economy, and religion? How do we understand them as created, fallen, and disarmed? How does the Christian today engage these powers? The 2014 conference of the Center for Catholic and Evangelical Theology will take up this theme. Presentations will represent a variety of traditions: Catholic, Orthodox, and Protestant.
Among the Speakers:
Beverly Roberts Gaventa, Baylor University
Vigen Guroian, University of Virginia
Daniel Bell, Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary
Chad Pecknold, Catholic University of America
Travis Kroeker, McMaster University
Paul Hinlicky, Roanoke College
Cynthia Rigby, Austin Presbyterian Seminary
Banquet Speaker, James Buckley, Loyola University
Regular updates are available on our Facebook page
Conference cost (including banquet): $250;
Early bird registration (until March 31): $210
Retired clergy: $210
Rooms are available on the Loyola campus. Each room is part of a four-room suite,
sharing two bathrooms, a common area, and kitchenette.
Continental breakfast is included with the room.
Prices are be per person: Single room, $145 for two nights; Double room, $130 for two nights
Travel to Loyola University in Maryland
TRAVELING BY CAR
Directions to Loyola University can be found on the University website at http://www.loyola.edu/about/drivingdirections.html.
For alternate routes, the conference organizers suggest http://www.mapquest.com
TRAVELING BY TRAIN
Participants traveling by train should schedule their arrivals at Penn Station, Baltimore.
TRAVELING BY AIR
Participants traveling by air should fly into Baltimore Washington International Airport (BWI).
Taxis from the airport will cost approximately $45-50.
Taxis from Penn Station will cost approximately $10-12.
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