Dignitatis Humanae and the Rediscovery of Religious Freedom

February 21-23, 2013

Cardinal Angelo Scola

Religious Freedom Today in Light of Dignitatis Humanae


Rev. Andrej Dobrzyński

Karol Wojtyla and Dignitatis Humanae: A Historical Perspective

Dr. Nicholas Healy

Religious Freedom and Truth: The Contribution of Benedict XVI

Cardinal Donald Wuerl

Read by Fr. Gregory Gresko

Religious Liberty and the Church’s Voice Transforming Our Culture: An American Perspective

Dr. Carl Anderson

America and Religious Freedom

Rev. Antonio Lopez, F.S.C.B.

Christian Culture and the Form of Human Existence

Dr. Glenn Olsen

Religion and Culture

Bishop Jean Laffitte

Is Religious Freedom Possible in a Liberal Culture?

Dr. David Crawford

Is Religious Freedom Possible in a Liberal Culture?

Dr. Paolo Carozza

Human Rights and the Good

Dr. Adrian Walker

Bonum mihi non est sine te: Thoughts on the Problem of Human RIghts

(Referencing Psalm 16:2, "Nothing is good for me without You.")

Dr. Frederick Bauerschmidt

Liberal Society and Pluralism

Dr. Michael Hanby

Absolute Pluralism: How the Dictatorship of Relativism Dictates

Patrick Deneen

Dignitatis Humanae and the Common Good

Dr. D.C. Schindler

Liberalism, Religious Freedom, and the Common Good: The Totalitarian Logic of Self-Limitation


The papers from this conference were published in the Summer-Fall 2013 issue of Communio.