Dominican University’s Siena Center presents the annual Albertus Magnus Lecture featuring Rev. Roger Haight, SJ on Tuesday, November 16 at 5 p.m. In his virtual lecture, Rev. Haight will explore what science can teach Christian theologians about understanding ourselves and nature. Reservations are required.

The author of Faith and Evolution: A Grace-Filled Naturalism, Rev. Haight is a professor at Union Theological Seminary and a past president of the Catholic Theological Society of America. His controversial book, Jesus Symbol of God (1999), received the top prize in theology from the U.S. Catholic Press Association. Rev. Haight has also written about liberation theology as well as how to connect with the spirituality of people who do not consider themselves religious.

For more information, contact Rachel Hart Winter, director of the Siena Center, at rhartwinter@dom.edu or (708) 524-6607.