Acton University is four-day conference held each June in Grand Rapids, Michigan that examines the moral, theological, political, and economic foundations of a free and virtuous society.
In 2014 there were close to 1000 people from over 80 countries in attendance and participants include university professors, seminarians, doctors, lawyers, CEOs, non-profit leaders, Protestant seminary professors, Catholic priests and Orthodox Priests.
Acton U is an absolutely fantastic conference and I cannot recommend it highly enough. I am honored to be part of it each year and the people you meet and the things you learn make it well worth the time.
This year speakers included Fr. Robert Sirico, Peter Kreeft, Scott Hahn, Mako Fujimura, Judge Andrew Napolitano, Sam Gregg, David Goldman and more. Visit the Acton University website to learn more and I hope you can make it in 2015.
I taught four courses this year:
Last year I also did a course on the Political Economy of Edmund Burke.
You can listen to some of my older courses here.