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with the on the New Evangelization, Baltimore, MD, and received Catholic Leadership Award; November 16, St. Martin of Tours Parish, Vicksburg, MI, three talks on NE and Holiness; November 19-21, Evangelical Theological Society Annual Meeting, delivered “The Reception of Vatican II and Evangelization”; November 24, Permanent Deacons of the Diocese of Lansing, Ann Arbor, MI, “The Ministry of the Word in the NE”; December 1-2, Annual Board Meeting, Renewal Ministries, Toronto, Canada; December 9, Evening of Renewal, St. Catherine of Siena Parish, Fort Thomas, KY; December 10, Clergy Study Day, Diocese of Covington, KY, talks on NE, Holiness, New Pentecost; December 14-19, Annual Retreat, Kenrick-Glennon Seminary, St. Louis, MO; January 19-22, Augustine Institute, intensive course on the New Evangelization, Denver, CO; January 24, course begins on the NE for the Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist postulants and novices, Ann Arbor, MI; January 24-25, Annual Retreat for the Permanent Deacons of the Diocese of Charleston, SC; January 31, Clergy Study Evening, New York City area priests, Brooklyn, NY; October-January, 24 radio interviews on NE with focus on new book noted above. Dr. Michael McCallion, Chair of Catholic Social Analysis, published two blogs at the University of Notre Dame site, thecc, “7 Insights for the NE from a Social Ritual Practices Perspective, November 24, and “How Does This Sociologist Think About the New Evangelization, November 20. He co-published “Personal Relationship with Jesus: A Popular Ideograph among Evangelical Catholics,” Journal of Communication and Religion, Spring. His article “The New Evangelization as an Intra-Ecclesial Social Movement with Tensions between Vatican II and New Evangelization Professionals” will be published in Church Life: A Journal for the New Evangelization, and his article is under review at the Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, “Implementing the New Evangelization in Two Detroit Suburban Parishes: Emotionally Charged and Rationally Oriented Approaches.” He gave a presentation on Pope Francis’ Evangelii Gaudium, Archdiocese of Detroit Central Services staff, and is involved in research examining the relationship between the NE and youth and young adult coordinators in the AOD. Dr. Ilaria Ramelli, Chair in Dogmatic Theology, presented: “Divine Power in Origen of Alexandria, His Sources, and His Aftermath,” Divine Powers in Late Antiquity conference, ? Royal Academy of Belgium, October 11-12; “Constantine and the Legal Recognition of Christianity: What Changed?,” International Patristic Conference Between Religio Licita and Religio Regalis, Ramelli Lublin University, October 21-23 (read in absentia); “Origen’s Allegoresis of Plato’s and Scripture’s Myths” and “Philo’s Doctrine of Apokatastasis: Philosophical Sources, Exegetical Strategies, and Aftermath,” SBL Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD, November 22-25; “Mystic Apophaticism in Middle and Neoplatonism across Judaism,” “Paganism” and “Christianity, Constructions of Mysticism: Inventions and Interactions Across the Borders,” Münster University, December 5-8; “The Oikeiōsis Doctrine in Christian Neoplatonism between Ethics and Theology,” American Philological Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, January 2-5 (read in absentia). She published: L’arrivée de l’évangile en Inde et la tradition sur saint Thomas, in L'apôtre Thomas et le christianisme en Asie: Recherches historiques et actualité, avec la participation d’Ilaria Ramelli, Pierre Perrier, et Jean Charbonnier, ed. EdouardMarie Gallez, Paris: AED, 2013; "Decadence Denounced in the Controversy over Origen: Giving Up Direct Reading of Sources and Counteractions," in Décadence, eds. Therese Fuhrer – Marco Formisano, Heidelberg: Winter Verlag, 2014; “The Emmaus Disciples and the Kerygma of the Resurrection (Lk 24:34): A Greek Variant and the Old Syriac, Coptic, and Latin Traditions,” Zeitschrift für die neutestamentliche Wissenschaft 105 (2014); “The Pseudepigraphic Correspondence between Seneca and Paul: A Reassessment,” in Paul and Pseudepigraphy, eds. Stanley Porter and Gregory Fewster, PAST series, Leiden, Brill, 2013; “The Stoic Doctrine of Oikeiosis and its Transformation in Christian Platonism,” Apeiron 47 (2014); “The Possible Origin of the AbgarAddai Legend: Abgar the Black and Emperor Tiberius,” Hugoye 16.2 (2013); review of HeinzGünther Nesselrath, Florian Wilk (edd.), Gut und Böse in Mensch und Welt: philosophische und religiöse Konzeptionen vom Alten Orient bis zum frühen Islam, Orientalische Religionen in der Antike, 10, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2013: Bryn Mawr Classical Review, January 2014. She received formal bestowal of two Habilitations to Full Professor: in History of Philosophy, January 2014, and in Ancient Greek Language and Literature, December 2013, and received a formal invitation to a senior research fellowship in religion at Erfurt University. Dr. Janet Smith, Chair of Life Ethics, presented “The Sexual Mess We Are In and How We Got Here,” Resurrection Parish, Canton, MI, January 11, and Cardinal Glennon Lectureship 2014 on John Paul II’s Thomistic Smith Personalism, KennrickGlennon Seminary, St. Louis, MO, February 2. She p Չ