Bernard Lonergan and the Catholic Intellectual Tradition: Any Lessons for Catholic Education in Africa?
Cyril Orji is an Associate Professor of theology at the University of Dayton, OH, USA. He specializes in systematic and fundamental theology, with particular emphasis on the theology and philosophy of Bernard Lonergan, which he brings in conversation with works of the American pragmatist and semiotician, Charles Sanders Peirce. Dr. Orji also collaborates in interreligious [...]
Marriage In Nigeria: Issues; Problems And Prospects
On the 8th of March every year, the world stops to celebrate International Women Day. It was on the occasion of this year’s celebration that the Institute invited the general public to a lecture titled “Marriage in Nigeria: Issues, Problems and Prospects”. The renowned retired professor of Sociology of Education of the University of Lagos, [...]
Breaking the Mould: Priests Unlike Others
Lecture in honour of Late Prof. Joseph Kenny, OP. The Nigerian Field Society in collaboration with the Dominican Institute, Ibadan hosted a public lecture in memory of one of her own: Rev. Fr. (Prof.) Joseph Kenny, OP. Coming exactly four years after his burial, the memorial lecture which took place on Tuesday, February 28, 2017 [...]