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The Recording of 
Cardinal Shönborn's lecture, "Christianity - Alien Presence or Foundation of the West?" (February 3, 2010)The Recording of Cardinal Shönborn's lecture, "Christianity - Alien Presence or Foundation of the West?" (February 3, 2010)

 

 

Annual Lectures  and Workshops

 

The School of Canon Law hosts an annual Frederick R. McManus Memorial Lecture. This lecture series is supported through the generosity of family and friends of Msgr. McManus. Contributions can be made to the McManus Memorial Fund, School of Canon Law. For more information, please call the School of Canon Law, 202-319-5492, or e-mail cua-canonlaw@cua.edu.
 

The School of Canon Law hosts an annual James H. Provost Memorial Lecture. This lecture series is supported through the generosity of family and friends of Rev. Provost. Contributions can be made to the Provost Memorial Fund, School of Canon Law. For more information please call the School of Canon Law, 202-319-5492 or e-mail cua-canonlaw@cua.edu

The Spring Canonical Seminar is an annual workshop presented by the faculty of the School of Canon Law of the Catholic University of America. The Seminar is intended for practicing canon lawyers who seek continuing education in areas particularly relevant to their work in tribunal and chancery ministry.  

Since 1967, the School of Canon Law at the Catholic University of America has hosted an annual institute on tribunal practice in matrimonial cases. The program held on the University campus, is designed for clergy, religious, and laypersons who have not had any formal training practices and procedures.  

Past participants include those involved in parish ministry and tribunal work, as well as others interested in the subject matter. 
 
The Institute provides an introduction to the terms and concepts of diocesan tribunal practice and an overview of the procedures and jurisprudence which apply to marriage cases processed in Church courts today. In addition, case study sessions are used to add a practical dimension to the program.