Humanitas Summer Symposium

Gather with like-minded friends for a memorable weekend of learning, fellowship, and prayer as this year’s conference addresses: “God or the Machine: Seeking Truth in a Technological Age.” Hosted in collaboration with the Providence College Humanities Program. 

Speakers include: Matthew Crawford, Patrick Deneen, Joseph Vukov, Tara Isabella Burton, Jane Sloan Peters, and more. 

Featuring an evening performance by the Hillbilly Thomists.

Pillar readers enjoy a 15% discount using the discount code: PILLAR

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Presented in partnership with the University of Dallas Classical Education Graduate Program.

Sponsored by the Saint Ambrose Center for Catholic Liberal Education and Culture.

Teachers are invited to join for a week-long intellectual and contemplative retreat on “The Soul of Christian Education.”

Throughout the week participants can expect to join seminars engaging questions like: What is the purpose of Christian education? Of the Christian student? The days follow a rhythm of prayer including praying the Divine Office and lectio divina with Mass available. Each evening will include an opportunity to experience our signature Benedictine hospitality. 

A limited number of scholarships are available. 

Residential tuition: $1850 includes seminars, accommodations, meals (breakfast, lunch, and communal dinners), cultural excursions, and materials. 

Non-residential tuition: $1500 includes seminars, meals (lunch and communal dinners), cultural excursions, and materials. Overnight accommodations and breakfast are not included. 

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