VIDEO: Symposium on the New Evangelization

If no video shows on this page, click here to see the video report on Benedictine College’s Institute for Missionary Activity’s second Symposium on the New Evangelization.

Titled “Building a Culture of Freedom,” the April 5-6 conference featured scholarly and practical talks on the Church’s response to new threats to religious liberty. The Gregorian Institute assisted in the conference.

Nearly 300 people attended the conference which featured presenters from across the nation and three keynote speakers: Bishop Robert Morlino of Madison, Wis.; Curtis Martin, the founder and CEO of the Fellowship of Catholic University Students (FOCUS); and Dr. Jonathan Reyes, head of the U.S. bishops’ Justice, Peace and Human Development Department.

Benedictine College

Founded in 1858, Benedictine College is a Catholic, Benedictine, residential, liberal arts college located on the bluffs above the Missouri River in Atchison, Kansas. The school is honored to have been named one of America’s Best Colleges by U.S. News & World Report, the best private college in Kansas by The Wall Street Journal, and one of the top Catholic colleges in the nation by First Things magazine and the Newman Guide. It prides itself on outstanding academics, extraordinary faith life, strong athletic programs, and an exceptional sense of community and belonging. Benedictine College is dedicated to transforming culture in America through its mission to educate men and women within a community of faith and scholarship.