Regis College is a meeting place shaped by its Ignatian heritage that welcomes social, cultural and religious leaders to explore and promote intellectual integrity, spiritual transcendence and action for justice.
All are welcome to attend special events and workshops at Regis College. Seating is limited. Unless otherwise indicated, pre-registration is required. Many events are free. Some workshops and other events require a registration fee. All events accept donations to help defray costs. For more information and registration, please click on the links below.
Forthcoming 2013-2014 Events
Wednesday September 18, 2013 - Fall Film Series, "Redeeming the Times", continues weekly until November 13, 2013.
Thursday, October 3, 2013: Jesus the Homless Transformative Education Series, "Beyond 'Ministry': Ignatian Spiritual Accompaniment of Homeless Persons in Recovery" Speaker's Notes: J. Mooney
Saturday, October 5, 2013: Fall Open House Speaker's Notes: J. Berkman, G. Rixon, M. Kolarcik, M. Lavin
Wednesday, October 9, 2013: Celebrating God's Word - The St. John's Bible at Regis College
Friday, October 11, 2013: Lonergan Lecture, "Can We Be Moral Without God?: Science Philosophy and Religion"
Tuesday, November 5, 2013: Holocaust Education Week Youth Symposium - "Christian Social Ethics after the Holocaust"
Friday, November 22, 2013: Chancellor's Lecture - "Life Worth Living: The Christian Faith and the Crisis of Humanities"
Past 2012-2013 Events
Fall Film Series - Genesis
Fall Royackers Lecture: Cardinal Peter Turkson - Vatican II: A Council of Peace and Justice
Royackers Symposium: Cardinal Turkson in Conversation wtih Youth and Educators
Fall Open House
Larisey Lecture: Christo Hatzis - From Gilchrist to Christ: A Small Leap Over a Great Divide
Holocaust Education Week - Carol Rittner: The Righteous: The Challenge of the Exception
Chancellor's Lecture - Michael Paul Gallagher, S.J.: Enlarging the Tent: New Horizons in Fundamental Theology
Saturday, February, 9, 2013: Windows on Ministry - "Elevating Ministry: Fostering Life-Giving Relationships in Pastoral Care" with Mary Wells
Saturday, February 9, 2013: An Evening of Celebration
Saturday, March 2, 2013: Spring Open House
Wednesday, March 6, 2013: "Only A Suffering God Can Help," - Dietrich Bonhoffer: An evening of reflection on suffering and faith featuring the award winning documentary The Labyrinth
Wednesday, March 20, 2013: New Evangelization Series - William Ryan, S.J.: The New Evangelization and Catholic Social Teaching
Past 2011-2012 Events
Regis College Social Justice Film Series presents "Toxic Trespass"
Regis College Social Justice Film Series presents "Crisis in the Congo"
Royackers Lecture: Iain Benson - Are Catholic Schools Public? Reflecting about the Meaning of Secularism
Windows on Ministry: Gilles Mongeau, S.J. - Pastoral Guidelines to Assist Students of Same-Sex Orientation
Fall Film Series - Discernment: Finding God in the World
Robert Doran, S.J. - Trinitarian Elements in a Theology of Religion: A Tribute to Frederick E. Crowe
William Ryan, S.J. - Is the Secularism Thesis Dead?
Joseph Schner S.J. - Why Human Development Is Crucial in Priestly Formation: Some Reflections on the John Jay College Research Report
Michael Marrus with Mary Jo Leddy and Dow Marmur - Holocaust Education Week: Edith Stein's Appeal to the Pope on Antisemetism
Fall Open House
Doors Open Toronto Architectural Tour
Past 2010-2011 Events
Ontario Premiere Screening of La Sawndr akwa Mawtoowin – The Green Lake Story
Dr. Christina Pulchalski - Spirituality: An Essential Element of Patient-Centered Care
Lloyd Baugh, S.J. - Surprised by Grace: A Prayerful Reflection on Kieslowski’s Decalogue Eight
Commissioner Marie Wilson - Fostering Cultural Reconciliation in Canada
Cantores Celestes Celebrate Lauds in Honour of St. Joseph
Word of God: Light of Love - A Symposium on "Verbum Domini"
Mario Botta - Architect and Memory
Charles Jones - The Lord of Heaven or the Great Ultimate? Chinese Responses to the Jesuits’ Proposition of a Primordial Chinese Monotheism
Eugene Ahner - Business as a Spiritual Vocation
Dr. John J. Stapelton - Canadian Catholic Higher Education and the New Evangelization