Falling in Love: Dating and Discernment on Campus
A public lecture by Dr. Kerry Cronin, Associate Director for Lonergan Institute and Philosophy Department Fellow for Center for Student Formation at Boston College.
October 3, 2017
Ahmanson Auditorium, University Hall (1st Floor)
Loyola Marymount University1 LMU DriveLos Angeles, CA 90045
What are romantic relationships like in the 21st century? Can Catholic understandings of human flourishing enrich our ability to relate to one another? Kerry Cronin (Boston College) explores how virtue and dating can go hand-in-hand. Part of the Bellarmine Forum’s Common Course curriculum.
About the speaker:
Kerry Cronin, PhD, is the Associate Director of the Lonergan Institute at Boston College and the Faculty Fellow in BC’s Center for Student Formation. For the past 20 years, she has taught in the Boston College interdisciplinary Perspectives Program, a Philosophy and Theology program in the “great-books” tradition. Additionally, she works extensively with undergraduates in retreat programs at BC and is a regular speaker on college campuses, addressing topics of student culture and formation.