As part of Heythrop College’s 400th anniversary celebrations we have launched a new lecture series, The Loschert Lectures.
The purpose of the lecture series is to reflect, from the Christian perspective, on significant social, political and ethical issues of our day, in keeping with our Jesuit foundations.
The lecture series is made possible thanks to the generous support of Mr William Loschert, the chairman of the Trustees of the London Centre of Fordham University with which Heythrop College collaborates closely.
The first lecture in the series, entitled ‘Britain and Europe: from a Christian Perspective’, was given by Peter Sutherland KCMG, former EU Commissioner and Director General of the World Trade Organisation, at Heythrop College on 26 September 2013.
The second lecture in the series, entitled 'The Thinking Catholic in Public Life: Reflections on Faith, Government, and Social Justice' was given by Baroness Scotland at Heythrop College on 28 November 2013. Click here to read more abou the lecture and watch it online.
The third lecture in the series, entitled 'Christian Responsibility in Public Life' was given by Lord Daniel Brennan on Wednesday 26 March 2014. Click here to read more about the lecture.
The forth lecture in the series, entitled 'Church and World: Reflections from the Disjunctions Project' was given by Charles Margrave Taylor on Tuesday 2 December 2014.