Back on October 15th, Dr. William Sweet of St. Francis Xavier University in Nova Scotia came to Charlottetown to give a lecture called “Catholic Education: Principles and Prospects.” The lecture was part of the St. Dunstan’s University Fall 2009 Lecture Series, and was held in the basement of St. Pius X Parish in Charlottetown.
I was talking to Fr. Dennis Grecco a couple of weeks before about the lecture series. Fr. Grecco was the main organizer of the three-lecture series, and I offered to help capture the talks on video for archival and future public consumption purposes.
I’ve uploaded a video, as well as a lo-fi MP3, of the lecture, which you can grab here:
William Sweet is Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Centre for Philosophy Theology and Cultural Traditions at St Francis Xavier University, and has taught at universities all over the world. If you’d like to make use of this lecture for any purpose other than your own personal enjoyment or interest, you should really get in touch with him to make sure it’s okay.