Bishop's Lecture Series

The Bishop’s Lecture Series features leading national Catholic writers and speakers who will offer their insights into renewal through truth, beauty and goodness as we seek to accompany all in their journey of faith. The lectures are presented free of charge and are open to all. Bishop Caggiano will offer brief remarks at every lecture.

The mission of the Bishop’s Lecture Series is to provide opportunities for compelling adult faith formation regarding catechetical, theological or pastoral issues of contemporary importance. Each year four lectures will be given in various regions of the Diocese. Light refreshments will be available prior to the start of the program. After an initial period of prayer, the lecturer will present the talk that will be 45 minutes in length. After a short break, there will be a 30-minute period of conversation and dialogue with participants.


Thursday, September 26, 2024 at 7PM

Dr. Shannen Williams (Profile)

Edgerton Center for the Performing Arts at Sacred Heart University

Title: In the Shadow of the Cross: Black Women and the Making of American Catholicism

Thursday, November 21, 2024 at 7PM

Mr. Joseph Pearce (Profile)

Barone Campus Center at Fairfield University

Title: The Evangelizing Power of Beauty

Wednesday, January 29, 2025 at 7PM

Dr. Peter Kilpatrick (Profile)

Mater Salvatoris School, Stamford

Title: What does it mean to be a Catholic University?


Wednesday, May 15, 2024 at 7PM

Bishop Frank Caggiano (Profile)

Greenwich Catholic School, Greenwich, CT

Title: In the Shadow of the Cross: Come let us Worship

Watch the lecture (with transcript)

Watch the post-lecture Q & A (with transcript)

Wednesday, January 31, 2024 at 7PM

Father Michael Clark (Profile)

All Saints School, Norwalk, CT

Topic: Rooted in Light: Gothic Architecture and the Transformation of Culture

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