The Body as Anticipatory Sign: Commemorating the Anniversaries of Humanae Vitae & Veritatis Splendor

Nov. 15-17, 2018

Keynote address: Archbishop Augustine DiNoia, O.P.

Forgetfulness and the Essentially Human: The Provocations of Humanae Vitae and Veritatis Splendor

David L. Schindler: "Modernity and the Teaching of Humanae Vitae and Veritatis Splendor"

Rev. Michael Sherwin, O.P.: "Conscience, Practical Reason, and the Apprenticeship of Love"

Anthropological Foundations of Humanae Vitae’s Teaching

Adrian Walker: "The Heart of Humanae Vitae: The Inseparable Nexus Between the Unitive and Procreative Significations, Love and Fruitfulness"

Grzegorz Ignatik: "Humanae Vitae in Context: The Two Commissions"

Nature and Practical Reason: Natural Law in Its Proper Milieu

David Crawford: "The Symbolic Meaning of Action"

Joseph Atkinson:  "Symbolism as the Agent of Ontology: The One-Flesh Union and its Relationship to the Nature of God and Holiness"

Freedom, Truth, and Objectivity

Nicholas Healy: "Christ, Truth, and the Moral Order"

D.C. Schindler: "Freedom and Nature: Limitation as Liberation"

The Good Life in a Liberal Order

Douglas Farrow: "The Good Life, the Absence of God, and Liberal Public Reason

Michael Hanby: "Dominion and Techne: Responsible Parenthood in a Time of Technical Mastery"

The Teaching of Humanae Vitae and a Humanly Adequate Global Ethic

Carlo Lancellotti:  "'Ideological Colonization': The Global Imposition of a Liberal Anthropology"

Margaret Harper McCarthy: "Humanae Vitae and the Fragmentation of Sexuality in Western Liberal Societies"