The Person Project

  • 09:00 AM
The Person Project is a one-day seminar that lays a foundational answer to the question, What is the human person? 
To understand and cope with contemporary culture requires a unique interdisciplinary integration of philosophical, theological, and psychological accounts of human nature and experience. 
Once we arrive at an objective understanding of human nature, we are better able to understand how human persons come to possess this nature for themselves—their body-soul-spirit, intellect, will, and heart—and then how these dimensions affect the unfolding of the human experience, and the human orientation to reality. This includes the development of human sexuality, as a multi-dimensional reality (spiritual-emotional-physical); the evolution of human freedom, and the necessary anthropological foundation for a fully integrated system of ethics; and the manifestation of the integrated totality of the human person in self-gift and love.
Join the CIC for an overview of key first principles as well as case studies of personal experience that help illumine, confirm, and shape those very principles.

Registrants will receive a confirmation email, syllabus, bibliography, and course outline.

Registration is closed. 


9.00am-9.30am                   Breakfast

9.30am-10.35am                 Module #1: Metaphysics & Experience: Integrating

Disciplines (Philosophy, Theology & Psychology)

10.50am-11.35am               Module #2: The Person—Body-Soul-Spirit & Sex

11.45am-12.30pm               Module #3: The Person—Heart, Affectivity &


12.30pm-1.00pm                 Breakout #1: One’s Self & One’s Attachment

1.00pm-2.00pm                   Lunch

2.00pm-2.45pm                   Module #4: The Person—Intellect & Will

2.50pm-3.35pm                   Module #5: Freedom & Ethics

3.45pm-4.30pm                   Module #6: Self-Gift & Love

4.30pm-5.00pm                   Breakout #2: One’s Self & One’s Integrity

About the Speaker:

Weronika Janczuk works as a literary agent with D4EO Literary Agency, where she has represented award-winning writers of fiction and non-fiction, selling their books to publishing houses.
She is a daughter to Polish immigrants; completed a self-designed, interdisciplinary B.A. in the philosophy of the human person at NYU’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study; supports human formation for Opus Dei and Seton Education Partners; and helps coordinate NYC’s Leonine Forum and the New York Men’s Leadership Forum (NYMLF).
Her writing appears in Logos: A Journal of Catholic Thought & Culture and Public Discourse, among others, and she has delivered a paper at the University of Notre Dame’s Center for Ethics & Culture Fall Conference.