Dignitatis Humanae colloquium
with Cardinal Burke

30th October - 1st November 2015, Norcia, Italy

December 2015 marks the 50th anniversary of the most controversial document of the Second Vatican Council, the 'Declaration on Religious Freedom', Dignitatis Humanae. Ever since its promulgation, it has been the subject of prolonged and often impassioned debate. What precisely does it teach? What is its authority? How can it be reconciled with the Church's teaching about the kingship of Christ and the duties of Catholic statesmen? Scholars from all over the world will be meeting in Norcia this autumn, in the presence of Cardinal Raymund Burke, to discuss these vital questions.

Cardinal Raymond Burke

The Dignitatis Humanae conference will take place from 30th October to November 1st 2015.

Fr Brian Harrison OS

Emeritus professor of theology at the Pontifical University of Puerto Rico, author of Did Vatican II Contradict Traditional Catholic Doctrine?

Dr John Rao

Professor of history at St John's University, New York, and director of the Roman Forum

Fr Dominique de Saint-Laumer

Superior general of the Society of St Vincent Ferrer

James Bogle TD BL KM

Barrister of the Middle Temple, England, President of the International Una Voce Federation, Vice Chairman of the Catholic Union of Great Britain

Fr Basile OSB

Monk of Le Barroux and author of Le droit à la liberté religieuse dans la tradition de l’Eglise

Professor Thomas Pink

Professor of Philosophy, King's College, London

Dr John Lamont

Author of 'Catholic Teaching on Religion and the State'

Roberto de Mattei

Professor of History at the European University of Rome and President of the Lepanto Foundation