Philosophy professor Dr. John Cuddeback will deliver a new lecture for the Institute of Catholic Culture (ICC), titled “Go to Joseph: A Biblical Reflection for the Year of St. Joseph.” The lecture, being offered on Sunday, June 13, will be available virtually and is now open for registration.
The lecture marks the latest offering from Cuddeback for the ICC, following his Philosophy 101 live course and numerous lectures on the cycles of nature, Plato’s Republic, the modern imagination, and much more. This newest offering, inspired by his recent reflection written for Instaurare Magazine, delves further into the importance of St. Joseph.
“In him we find exemplified those precious realities at the heart of human happiness for all of us: fatherhood and authority,” says the ICC. “With the help of grace and God’s Word, we can rediscover the truth of these incomparable gifts and experience their power in our lives today.”
In addition to Cuddeback, other Christendom faculty have taught for the ICC over the years, including theology chairman Dr. Matthew Tsakanikas, College President Dr. Timothy O’Donnell, philosophy professor Dr. Mark Wunsch, and others.
Cuddeback is a professor of philosophy at Christendom, after earning his B.A. from the college and his M.A. and Ph.D. from the Catholic University of America. His popular book, True Friendship: Where Virtue Becomes Happiness, was recently republished by Ignatius Press, and his articles on the household, technology, ordered inclinations, and more have been published in First Things, Nova et Vetera, and others. Cuddeback writes weekly for his blog, Life Craft, and lives with his family in Front Royal, Virginia.
For more information on how to register for the event, please visit here.