Henning Institute

Inspired by the life and work of labor leader, diplomat, statesman, educator and family man, John F. Henning. 

The Department of Philosophy hosts the John F. Henning Institute, a center for the study of Catholic social thought, with special emphasis on the question of human work and its centrality to the common good. Students are invited to take part in the Institute’s program of academic conferences and lectures, publications and seminars.