A lecture series sponsored by the McGinley Chair at Fordham, which seeks to "foster an understanding of the common ground among Christianity, Judaism, and Islam" and "establish a Trialogue among these three faith traditions."
The Laurence J. McGinley Chair in Religion and Society was established in 1985 to attract distinguished scholars interested in the interaction of religion with the legal, political and cultural forces in our pluralistic American society.
The chair, first held by Avery Cardinal Dulles, SJ, from 1988 until his death in December 2008, is named in honor of the Reverend Laurence J. McGinley, SJ, who attained distinction as a professor of theology before becoming the 28th president of Fordham University.
Rev. Patrick J. Ryan, SJ
Laurence J. McGinley Professor of Religion and Society
Faber Hall 358