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Resources on Bernard Lonergan, SJ

As we prepare for our NACC National Conference in May of 2011, we encourage our members to begin to acquaint/reacquaint themselves with the work of Bernard Lonergan, SJ, whose transcendental imperatives are used to frame our theme of “Pathways to Healing: People and Communities”. One suggestion is an article “Searching for Bernard Lonergan: The Man Behind ‘Insight’” by Mary Ann Glendon from the October 1, 2007 edition of America Magazine. The article can be found at this link. If you come across other useful Lonergan resources that you would like to share with our membership, please email Susanne at schaw@nacc.org.

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Bernard Lonergan resources online

The Glossary Project (part of LWS: The Lonergan Website) is a primer of Lonergan terminology edited by Carla Mae Streeter, OP.

The Lonergan Institute, Washington DC
Through education and research, The Institute is implementing the thought of Bernard Lonergan and his concern for the "human good" (or as the sub-title reads, the "Good Under Construction").

Bernard J. Lonergan Institute, Seton Hall University
In November 2006, the Center for Catholic Studies at Seton Hall University launched the Bernard J. Lonergan Institute dedicated to the study of his ideas and their application in contemporary culture. The Institute is directed by Msgr. Richard M. Liddy and contains: all of Lonergan’s published works; copies of his most significant unpublished writings; doctoral dissertations on Lonergan’s work; the most significant secondary literature on Lonergan; and Lonergan’s “memorabilia,” including letters and photos housed in a display case.In November 2006, the Center for Catholic Studies at Seton Hall University launched the Bernard J. Lonergan Institute dedicated to the study of his ideas and their application in contemporary culture. The Institute is directed by Msgr. Richard M. Liddy and contains: all of Lonergan’s published works; copies of his most significant unpublished writings; doctoral dissertations on Lonergan’s work; the most significant secondary literature on Lonergan; and Lonergan’s “memorabilia,” including letters and photos housed in a display case.

Lonergan Centre, Saint Paul University, Canada
The Lonergan Centre at Saint Paul University connects scholars with expert practitioners in national and international collaborative research projects that develop, apply, and communicate the work of Bernard Lonergan.

LWS: The Lonergan Website
A virtual place for collaboration in Lonergan Studies. Sponsored by The Lonergan Centre for Ethical Reflection at Concordia University, Montreal, Canada

The Los Angeles Lonergan Center, Loyola Marymount University
The mission of the Los Angeles Lonergan Center is to promote and support the scholarly study and implementation of the ideas of Bernard Lonergan, S.J., in the areas of methodology, philosophy, theology, and economics.

Lonergan Institute, Boston College
"To grasp the contemporary issue," Lonergan wrote, "and to meet its challenge calls for collective effort. It is not the individual but the group that transforms the culture." The Lonergan Institute at Boston College aims to promote that transformation both within and beyond the university.

The Lonergan Research Institute at Regis College, Canada
The Lonergan Research Institute has assumed the four tasks of preserving, promoting, developing and implementing the work of Bernard Lonergan.

Bernard Lonergan Archive at Marquette University
With the support of Marquette University the Bernard Lonergan Archive is a digital repository of primary materials related to the work of Jesuit philosopher/theologian Bernard Lonergan: archival papers and audio recordings of lectures.

“Learning-To-Be: Reflections on Bernard Lonergan's Transcendental Philosophy of Education Towards An Integral Human Existence” by Jeffrey Centeno

“The Mystery of Lonergan” by Richard M. Liddy, October 11, 2004, America Magazine


 

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