CHRISTIANITY AS AN EVENT. THE THEOLOGICAL THOUGHT OF LUIGI GIUSSANI

Alberto Cozzi, Professor of Systematic Theology at the Theological Faculty of Northern Italy and member of the International Theological Commission; Tom Gourlay, Lecturer in Theology and National Director of Chaplaincy and Faith Formation at the University of Notre Dame, Australia; Giulio Maspero, Professor of Dogmatic Theology, Pontifical University of the Holy Cross. Introduced by Carmine Di Martino, Professor of Moral Philosophy at the University of Milan.

Luigi Giussani is one of the most original voices of our time. Many of his insights and reflections in the theological, philosophical and pedagogical fields have profoundly, if sometimes surreptitiously, marked contemporary culture. Some of them have been widely taken up, to the point of becoming part of the common heritage. His tireless commitment to education and his relationship with generations of young people and adults have also given his thought a particular density of expression and communicative power, enabling it to reach people of all ages and backgrounds. The centenary of his birth provides a timely opportunity to highlight his contribution and recognise his living and active presence in our history today.

Date

20 Agosto 2022

Hour

19:00

Edition

2022

Location

Auditorium Intesa Sanpaolo D3
Category
Meetings