The Women Who Endure

All are welcome to join the four-week fall series “The Women Who Stay: The Women Who Endure” as we celebrate the enduring contributions of some of the most preeminent women in the field of theology. Our guests will reflect on their experiences as an early generation of women scholars, what they have endured, what they have learned and how they have flourished.

October 26: Diana Hayes, professor emerita at Georgetown University and the first African-American woman to earn a Pontifical Doctorate in Theology. Register.

November 2: Sandra M. Schneiders, I.H.M., S.T.D., professor emerita at Jesuit School of Theology and recipient of Catholic Theological Association’s John Courtney Murray award. Register.

November 9: Catherine Vincie, R.S.H.M,  of the Aquinas Institute of Theology at St. Louis University and former President of the North American Academy of Liturgy. Register.