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The following links are to other reliable Bernard Lonergan resources, and are not affiliated with the Bernard Lonergan Archive.

Lonergan Resource (Marquette University)
A repository of secondary material based on Bernard Lonergan written by other people.

Lonergan Forum (Marquette University)
An online meeting place for discussion and posting of events for the worldwide Lonergan community. Registration is free.

The Lonergan Society
A student run organization that hosts the annual, Lonergan on the Edge conference, which provides a voice for students and non scholars.

Boston College Lonergan Institute
Information is available here on the "Annual Lonergan Worshop" in Boston. There is also a free online course on the book, "Insight."

The Lonergan Research Institute (Toronto)
Promoting and editing the Collected Works of Bernard Lonergan in collaboration with the Marquette Lonergan Project. Also sponsors the Lonergan Studies Newsletter.

Lonergan Studies Newsletter bibliography
An updated list of publications by or about Bernard Lonergan. Extracted from the Lonergan Studies Newsletter.

Lonergan Centre at Saint Paul University, Ottawa
Conflict Resolution, Economics, Business Ethics and Community Economic Development.

Seton Hall Lonergan Institute
Sponsors the Lonergan Annual Student Development Awards, faculty and student reading groups and publishes the journal, The Lonergan Review.

The Sydney Lonergan Centre
Hosts the annual Australian Lonergan Workshop.

Washington Lonergan Institute
Host of several discussion groups and online podcasts.

The Dublin Lonergan Centre
Based in Dublin, Ireland as part of the Milltown Institute.

Lonergan in Latin America
Promoting Bernard Lonergan's work in Spanish.

Lonergan Studies in Japanese
A sister site in Japanese.

Bernard J.F. Lonergan was born on December 17th 1904 in Buckingham, Quebec, Canada.
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