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Join us March 29-30 for our 8th Annual Symposium on Advancing the New Evangelization, a dynamic academic forum for current and emerging leaders to share ideas and best practices. This year’s theme, “Technology and the Human Person,” examines and illuminates the impact of technology on the human person, social life, and the common good.
Symposium Travel Advisory
You may have heard about recent flooding on the Missouri River in our area. The Symposium will continue as planned, but we want to make you aware that flooding has forced the closure of Missouri Highway 59 east of Atchison, one of the main routes to Benedictine College. Not to worry, there are plenty of alternate routes to campus. Please take a look at your route to Atchison and redirect as necessary.
Below are some suggested alternate routes to campus, with links to Google Maps for your convenience.
Arriving in Atchison from Kansas City International or Kansas City
Arriving in Atchison via St. Joseph, Mo., from northerly routes
Arrive in Atchison via Highway 7 from the north. Google Map
You can check the Benedictine College website for any updates.
Scholars, field professionals, members of religious communities, clergy, and students will present their research and professional experiences to propose solutions to living and communicating the faith within a world dominated by technocratic thinking.
“With the primary focus being evangelization, it helps to make what you’re learning more concrete,” one Symposium participant told Catholic News Agency
“It’s nice to come and get filled so you can go back and try and do your job a bit better,” another participant said.
Learn more about our lineup of keynote speakers, featured presenters, and colloquium presenters, which include:
» No God, No Science? author Michael Hanby of the John Paul II Institute for Studies on Marriage and Family in Washington, D.C.
» Donna Freitas, Brooklyn, N.Y., author of The Happiness Effect: How Social Media is Driving a Generation to Appear Perfect at Any Cost
» The Digital Divide: Arguments for and Against Facebook, Google and Texting author Mark Bauerlein, of Atlanta, Ga., a First Things senior editor
» Plus many presenters on the front lines of the new addictions, anxieties and pressures caused by the digital age
» Dozens of colloquium sessions you can join