Bronwen McShea, Ph.D. – May 14

Catholic Women in the Arts: An Underappreciated Tradition

Join the Catholic Artists Society on Tuesday evening, May 14, for a lecture by Bronwen McShea, author of Women of the Church: What Every Catholic Should Know, Ignatius Press, April 2024.

General Theological Seminary, New York, NY
(Entrance via the gate at 429 West 20th Street)

6:00 PM Vespers (with the School of Sacred Music)
6:40 PM Reception in Seabury Auditorium
7:00 PM Lecture in Seabury Auditorium

Bronwen Catherine McShea is an historian and author of three books and is based in New York City. She is also a Visiting Assistant Professor of History with the Augustine Institute Graduate School in Denver. Additionally, she serves as an advisory editor for the Institutum Historicum Societatis Iesu (IHSI) in Rome. With advanced degrees from both Harvard University and Yale University, she is a scholar of early modern European history and of the history of Catholicism from late medieval to modern times. Furthermore, as a writer, speaker, and artist, McShea is concerned broadly with the Christian faith as a bearer and shaper of culture. 

Admission for Sustaining Members: FREE
Suggested donation for non-members: $10
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