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The St. Catherine of Siena Center of Dominican University examines critical issues of church and society in light of faith and scholarship. 

Information on the 2022–2023 Season will be posted in August 2022

Upcoming Events

Siena Center Mini Course - Oct. 12 and 19
Mini Course: Pan de Muerto and the “Hope-Filled” Theology of the Day of the Dead

In this mini-course, students will be introduced to the theology behind the communal and public celebration of el Día de los Muertos.

Main Campus TBD
October 12 | 2:00pm
Registration required; $50 course fee
Siena Center Mini Course - Oct. 12 and 19
Mini Course: Pan de Muerto and the “Hope-Filled” Theology of the Day of the Dead

In this mini-course, students will be introduced to the theology behind the communal and public celebration of el Día de los Muertos.

Main Campus TBD
October 19 | 2:00pm
Registration required; $50 course fee
Picturing Paradise Art Exhibition Opening at DU - October 25
Picturing Paradise/Destellos del Paraíso

An exhibition of Peruvian art - embroidered and appliquéd fabric pictures called cuadros, created by the women of Compacto Humano and Manos Ancashinas.

Carroll Learning Commons - Crown Library
October 25 | 5:00pm
Stories of Ourselves Mini-Course - Nov. 2 & 9
Mini Course: Stories of Ourselves

A workshop where personal memories and tales from our own lives and family histories are rediscovered and transformed into powerful stories.

Presented Online
November 2 | 2:00pm
Stories of Ourselves Mini-Course - Nov. 2 & 9
Mini Course: Stories of Ourselves

A workshop where personal memories and tales from our own lives and family histories are rediscovered and transformed into powerful stories.

Presented Online
November 9 | 2:00pm
Dr. Craig Ford at DU - November 17
Black Lives Matter: A Theology to Broaden Our Catholic Imagination

Theologian Craig Ford join our campus to discuss this question of how the #BlackLivesMatter movement has shed light onto our understanding of God.

Rosary Chapel & Online
November 17 | 7:00pm
Robin Wall Kimmerer Lecture online Dec 5
Braiding Sweetgrass: Healing our Relationships with the Earth

Wisdom about the natural world delivered by an author who is both Indigenous and an academic scientist.

Presented Online
December 5 | 5:00pm
Suggested $10 Donation
An Olde-Fashioned New England Christmas, online Dec. 14
An Olde-Fashioned New England Christmas

Captivating storyteller, Joshua Kane will delight listeners of all ages with classic holiday tales from O’Henry, Dickens, Frost and others.

Presented Online
December 14 | 7:00pm
Suggested $10 Donation