The Center for the 
Restoration of Christian Culture 

Summer of 2021 
Guillermo Aviles Lecture Series

Offered each night from 
June 28 to July 2, 2021

New Lectures from Provocative Thinkers

The Center for the 
Restoration of Christian Culture 

Summer of 2021 
Guillermo Aviles Lecture Series

New Lectures from Renowned Thinkers Offered each night 
from June 28 to July 2, 2021

Summer 2021 Lecture Series
Register today to 
receive your digital pass!
Thanks to our generous benefactors, this lecture series is free and is being offered through the Center for the Restoration of Christian Culture at the Thomas More College of Liberal Arts. Registrants will receive a digital pass via e-mail to view the Conference online.
About:
In an increasingly hostile secular culture, how should we protect and promote our faith? How should we defend and strengthen our families? Each evening for a week, a distinguished speaker will explore the path to the restoration of Christian culture, with a special focus on one of the key areas of the Center’s work: education, the family, civic life, culture, and faith.

Watch your favorite lectures as they become available, or bookmark them for later viewing. Join in the conversation, and join in our effort at restoration!

— Meet the Speakers —

Meet the Speakers

June 28—7:30 PM

Ralph Martin

President of Renewal Ministries 

A Church in Crisis: Pathways Forward

A Church in Crisis: Pathways Forward

Samuel Gregg

Research Director at the Acton Institute

Catholics, Politics,
and the Economy: Principles and Problems

Catholics, Politics, 
and the Economy: Principles and Problems

June 29—7:30 PM

June 30—7:30 PM

Catherine Pakaluk

Assistant Professor of Social Research and Economic Thought, The Catholic University of America

The Seton Option: 
Schools, Religion, 
and The New Science

The Seton Option:
Schools, Religion,
and The New Science

James Matthew Wilson

Founding Director of the Master of Fine Arts program 
in Creative Writing, at the University of Saint Thomas

The World Is Not Flat: 
The Task of Poetry
in a Secular Age

The World 
Is Not Flat:
The Task of Poetry  in a Secular Age

July 1—7:30 PM

July 2—7:30 PM

Living a Life of
Catholic Integrity
in a Hostile World

Roger Severino

Senior Fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center

Living a Life of 
Catholic Integrity 
in a Hostile World

—FAQ—

How can I participate?
These lectures will take place on a private website sent to those who have registered. You will receive a link to the event via email. 

Will there be a recording?
The lectures will be recorded. If you register for the event, you will receive a link to the recording the following day.

What do I do if my digital pass does not work?
If you have not received your private link via email or have any other technical questions, please email center@thomasmorecollege.edu.