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March 12, 2009
Ministry that Transforms “For those who have wondered about the connection between spirituality and theological reflection, Kathleen McAlpin has provided a clear, compelling and practical answer”, states Robert L. Kinast. Dr. McAlpin, RSM is assistant professor, Pastoral Theology at Regis and...
February 24, 2009
The Referendum is closed for Voting Dear Students of Regis College: As you are well aware, Regis College is on the move to a new home in August of 2009. During this exciting time of change and transition, we as students have been kept informed of the plans as they have unfolded, and have been...
February 08, 2009
Regis Professor Meg Lavin was interviewed recently by Charles Lewis on the reconcilation process between the Roman Catholic Church and dissenters from Vatican II. A discussion of the topic and the views of several North American theologians may be found in the January 26th edition of the National...
November 15, 2008
Professor Nicola Cherry, M.D., Ph.D., from the Department of Medicine of the University of Alberta will present the second in a series of Lupina Lectures on Critical Issues in Global Health. Entitled "Health in Rural China: Crisis and Reform," the lecture will take place on Wednesday,...
November 10, 2008
Ethicist and Regis College alumnus John Dalla Costa has released a new book, In Trust: Ethics in Advertising, a “Canadian Enquiry Into What is Necessary and What is Possible,” published by Advertising Standards Canada.  John Dalla Costa is a speaker and consultant on the topic of business ethics...
October 31, 2008
Regis College congratulates its very own Prof. Mary Jo Leddy for being awarded an honourary doctorate by the Catholic Theological Union in Chicago.  The text of the CSU's citation is as follows: CATHOLIC THEOLOGICAL UNION MARY JO LEDDY DOCTOR OF MINISTRY, honoris causa Jesus commissioned The...
October 30, 2008
Regis College is proud to announce the recipients of its honourary doctorate for the November 2008 Convocation. The candidates are distinguished on the basis of their contributions to society, culture and the church. This year, our three candidates are linked by their shared commitment to the...
October 16, 2008
Two of our professors are taking part in the Catholic News Service’s Bible Blog, which is commentating on the books of the Bible in recognition of the World Synod of Bishops. Prof. Michael Kolarcik will be contributing for the Book of Genesis, while Prof. Scott Lewis will be blogging on the Gospel...
October 10, 2008
Professor Mark G. Williams will inaugurate the Lupina Lectures on Critical Issues in Global Health with a lecture entitled "Mindfulness, Meditation and Mood: Does a Secular Spirituality Make Sense?" The lecture will take place in Elliott MacGuigan Hall (67 St. Nicholas St.) on Wednesday...
August 29, 2008
Professor Kenneth R. Melchin of St. Paul University, Ottawa will present the Seventh Annual Lonergan Lecture entitled "Democracy and the Transformation of Conflict: Ideas from Lonergan." The free lecture is sponsored by the Lonergan Research Institute at Regis College and will take place...