Thomas Pink, professor of philosophy at King’s College London, and Rev. Martin Rhonheimer, professor of philosophy at the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross in Rome, will discuss the proper interpretation of Dignitatis Humanae and whether the document represents a change in Church policy, practice, or doctrine.
The diNicola Family Colloquy is part of the Center for Ethics and Culture’s 16th Annual Fall Conference, “For Freedom Set Free,” examining the nature, significance, and various dimensions of freedom.
For more information about the Fall Conference, please visit the Center for Ethics and Culture website. All lectures are free and open to the public.