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(February 2013)

08/02/13 10:55 Isabel Solana

Doctoral theses


On February 22, Mark Kimani Muhoro defended his doctoral thesis , entitled 'From the offense against the sixth to delicta graviora: the evolution of the offense committed with a minor in light of the american experience'.





January 31 marked the 15th anniversary of the investiture of the then Cardinal as Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger as honorary doctor in Theology from the University of Navarra. The ceremony was presided over by the Prelate of Opus Dei and Chancellor of the University of Navarra, Bishop Javier Echevarría. The then Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith was sponsored by Professor Pedro Rodríguez. More information about Joseph Ratzinger


Activities outside the campus

Jorge Otaduy intervened in an international workshop of Canon Law at the Pázmány Péter Catholic Universityin Budapest. His discussion paper was on 'Appointments in the field of teaching. Canonical activity and civil implications'. The other speakers were Cardinal Velasio De Paolis; Professor Güthoff, from high school of Canon Law of the University of Munich; and Professor Szuromi, President of the Catholic University Pázmány Péter.



José Luis Gutiérrez is in Rome, teaching at seminar at the Institute of Liturgy of the Pontificia Università della Santa Croce Pontificia Università della Santa Croce as Visiting Professor.




José María Pardo attended the congress of the Pontifical Academy for Life Faith and human life', which took place at classroom of the Vatican City Synod.




José Manuel Giménez Amaya pronounced the lecture 'Science and Religion in the 21st Century' at the Royal National Academy of Pharmacy (RANF), of which he is a corresponding academician. He was introduced by César Nombela, member of issue of the RANF. 




Álvaro Fernández de Córdova gave the lecture 'The faith of a queen: Isabella the Catholic' at the department of History of the School of Philosophy and Letters of the University of Navarra, as part of the series 'The faith of the protagonists of history'.