Faith Freedom & The Modern World, 50 Years After Vatican II

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Notre Dame Law Review’s annual symposium to examine ‘Dignitatus Humanae’

Author: Brittany Collins

Chapel in the Eck Hall of Law

The Notre Dame Law Review will host a symposium that celebrates and examines the 50th anniversary of the Second Vatican Council’s Declaration on Religious Freedom on Thursday and Friday (Nov. 5 and 6).

Titled “Religious Liberty and the Free Society: Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Dignitatis Humanae,” the symposium will open Thursday with an address from Bishop Daniel E. Flores, bishop of Brownsville, Texas.

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Forum Events

Religious Liberty: Theory and Freedom of the Church

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Location: McKenna Hall, Lower Level

This panel discussion 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.

  • “The Infrastructure of Religious Freedom,” Richard Garnett (University of Notre Dame)
  • “When Is a Religious Institution a Religious Institution?” Michael Moreland (Villanova University)

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Religious Freedom in American Liberal Democracy

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Location: McKenna Hall, Room 202

This colloquium session 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. 

  • “Freedom without Exceptions: A New Jurisprudence of Religious Liberty,” Matthew Franck (Witherspoon Institute)

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