Since 1982, St. Jerome’s University has offered Lectures in Catholic Experience to our local community, providing opportunities for us to engage with the critical issues of our time. We have invited scholars, activists, experts, and religious leaders to address subjects in the areas of religion and politics, spirituality, health care, international relations and human rights, ecological responsibility, religious pluralism, ecumenism, interfaith dialogue, religion and the media, and others.
Our 40th Anniversary 2022-2023 Lectures in Catholic Experience (LCE) series has now concluded. We look forward to announcing our 2023-2024 series in the fall!
Interested in taking a journey back to our previous LCE lectures? Recordings are uploaded and are available using the PAST LECTURES link.
Thank you for supporting our 2022-2023 lecture series. We look forward to welcoming you back to the St. Jerome’s University campus!
Join us for the 2022-2023 Lectures in Catholic Experience series in the Notre Dame Chapel, located on campus in SJ1 (the classrooms and Library building), Click here for detailed location and map information.
Limited complimentary parking with accessible exterior pathways to the Notre Dame Chapel, is available in Lot B at St. Jerome’s University. Pay for parking is also available within walking distance of the university's main entrance.
Thank you to the individuals and organizations that make the Lectures in Catholic Experience series possible each year. We are grateful for your support and acknowledge the ongoing commitment of the following:
Congregation of the Resurrection
Family and Friends of Laurence A. Cummings
Family and Friends of Ken Devlin
Family and Friends of John Sweeney
Family and Friends of John J. Wintermeyer
Friends of Michael W. Higgins
Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Loretto Sisters)
Jesuits of Canada
Patrons of the Lectures in Catholic Experience
Waterloo Catholic District School Board
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