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Landregan Lectures

Established in 1999, the Landregan Lecture was created to honor the contributions and legacy of Steve Landregan (1928-2018, MA ’73) – who served the Diocese of Dallas for decades as a catechist, historian, journalist, and dedicated servant of the Church. 

Inspired by the reforms of the Second Vatican Council – especially in its call for a renewal biblical studies in Catholic circles, for optimistic engagement with the modern world, and for broader engagement throughout the Church – the Landregan Lecture brings nationally prominent figures to the University of Dallas to discuss theological issues facing the life of the Church.  This annual lecture is addressed to the university community, those in professional ministry and educated Catholics the Landregan Lecture is the premier Catholic theological lecture in the DFW metroplex.

The First Inaugural Landregan Lecture (1999)  was presented by R. Scott Appleby, the Director of the Kroc Institute at the University of Notre Dame on "Evangelizing Middle America: The Catholic Common Ground".  Previous Landregan Lecturers: 

2024 Landregan Lecture - April 18, 2024
"The Guadalupe Apparition: Prophetic Foundations for the Largest Conversion in History"  Joseph and Monique Gonzalez, Authors of Guadalupe and the Flower World Prophecy (Sophia Institute Press, 2023).  
  • Thursday, April 18th, 7:00pm  - SB Hall, Multipurpose Room
  • Reception Begins at 6:30pm and Recommences after the Lecture