During this year's Convocation of Fellows, presented by the Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology (DSPT) in Berkeley, California, four public presentations on the theme of "Catholic Imagination and Contemporary Culture" were delivered by Congressman Dan Lungren, Former Ambassador Ray Flynn, Barbara Elliott and Judge John T. Noonan, Jr.
Other DSPT Fellows participating in this year's convocation included Gil Bailie, Velma Richmond, André Delbecq, Bob Flint, Ron Austin, Dana Gioia, and Kevin Starr.
DSPT Fellows are Catholic men and women of eminence in diverse fields who have joined DSPT to engage society in a fruitful dialogue about Faith and culture. As part of their initial projects, each of the Fellows will deliver a presentation on Catholic imagination in the light of their vocation and life's work in relationship to the contemporary culture. The Fellows convene each year around the Feast of St. Thomas Aquinas.
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