In his role as Director of the Catholic Community at Stanford, Nathan G. Castle, O.P. frequently gives Christian themed talks as a part of the “Newman Nights” speaker series.
Newman Nights is designed to form the faith of the Catholic Community at Stanford University. Ninety minutes long, each evening consists of a forty-five minute lecture followed by break-out groups for further theological reflection. These break-out groups include RCIA, Adult Confirmation, Young Adults, Undergrads, Grads, Permanent Community.
In this video, Nathan discusses Christian cosmology and anthropology to help the viewer better understand the season of Lent.
In addition to Nathan’s retreats and parish missions based on his book, “And Toto Too: The Wizard of Oz as a Spiritual Adventure”, he is available for speaking engagements based on other material, including his talks on Christian cosmology, an exegesis of the Gospel of Mark, the Communion of Saints, and more!
For more information on how to book Fr. Nathan for a speaking engagement, contact us.