Lectures and Events at CTU
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Throughout the year, CTU hosts a variety of events that we hope engage and nourish all who attend. For a complete listing of all events on the calendar at CTU, click on Campus Events.
Fall and Spring Lecture Series: Each series is made up of 11-12 lectures that take place mid-week at 7 p.m. The Fall series begins in early September and ends in December; the Spring series begins in February and ends in May.
Sundays at CTU: Offered four times per year. Lectures (3 p.m.) are given by CTU faculty or guest speakers. Liturgy and reception follows the lecture.
The Louis J. Luzbetak Lecture (fall)
The Shapiro Lecture (fall and winter);
The Sankofa Lecture (fall)
Art Exhibits at the Mary-Frances and Bill Veeck Art Gallery: Throughout the year CTU holds open houses to celebrate the works of featured artists. The purpose of the gallery is twofold: to nurture an appreciation for and understanding of art and to communicate truth through the senses and emotions.
The Blessed Are the Peacemakers Annual Trustee Dinner: President Emeritus Donald Senior, CP, was awarded. April 30, 2014.