Kevin Hinkley, visiting professor of political science; Dr. Shannon Risk, associate professor of history; Dr. James Delaney, professor of philosophy; and Dr. Frances Crosby, professor of nursing (pictured above), explored the complexity of the Reproductive Healthcare Act of 2019 and its implications for Catholic universities like Niagara University, during the second in the series: “NU Talks: Questioning Catholicism.”

Promoted by the Office of Mission Integration and co-sponsored by The Rose Bente Lee Center for Health Care Ethics and the Center for the Study and Practice of Religion, the civil conversation was held in St. Vincent’s Hall on the Niagara University campus.

“Catholic Universities will seek to discern and evaluate both the aspirations and the contradictions of modern culture, in order to make it more suited to the total development of individuals and peoples.” (Ex corde ecclesiae, 45)