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The Collins College of Professional Studies and the 
Institute for International Communication is honored to host 
The Life and Work of Fernando Rielo
The Celebration of the Centennial of His Birth
Friday, March 24th, 2023
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

St. Augustine Hall – 2-013 (2nd Floor)
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Agenda for the event is below. We hope you can join us for this celebration!

Fernando Rielo Pardal (1923-2004) is the founder of a school of thought, the Idente School, headquartered in Rome, that studies his genetic conception of the principle of relation or the genetic principle and its relevance for metaphysics, anthropology, ethics, and aesthetics. He established in the year 2000 the triennial World Metaphysics Conference that has been celebrated in Rome and at the Pontifical University of Salamanca. He founded, in addition, the Fernando Rielo Foundation with its annual Fernando Rielo World Prize of Mystical Poetry and its biennial Fernando Rielo Prize for Sacred Music. In 1959 he founded the Idente Missionaries, a Catholic religious institute of pontifical right with university, pastoral and social service apostolates in some 25 countries.
9:00 am           Registration
9:30 am           Opening Words
                        Dr. Basilio Monteiro, Director, Institute for International                                                 Communication 
Dr. Luca Landoli, Interim Dean for the Collins College of Professional                          Studies
Bishop Robert Brennan, Bishop of the Diocese of Brooklyn
10:00 am      Dr. Marie-Lise Gazarian, Spanish Culture and Literature
                     St John’s University
                     Author of Fernando Rielo: Dialogue with Three Voices will present                                 Personal Reflections on the Person of Fernando Rielo
10:40 am      Coffee Break
11:00 am      Panel 1
                     Dr. Glenn Statile, Philosophy, St. John’s University
                     Rielo’s Metaphysics as a Guidepost to Reality

                     Dr. Robert Badillo, Philosophy, St. John’s University
                     Rielo’s Non-Pelagian Conception of the Human Person
11:40 am      Questions for Panelists
12:10 pm      Lunch
1:30 pm        Panel 2
                     Dr. Connie Salhanny, Clinical Psychologist
Rielo's Psychoethics: Implications for Modern Psychology
2:10 pm        Dr. Annalisa Sacca, Italian Culture and Literature, St. John’s University
                     Translator into Italian of Rielo’s book of poetry Dolor entre cristales
2:50 pm        Dr. Elaine Schenk
                     Rielo’s Novel Aesthetic Model
3:30 pm       Questions for Panelists
4:00 pm        Closing Words
                     Fr. Dr. Fernando Real, Fernando Rielo Foundation
                     Bishop Luis Miguel Romero, Auxiliary Bishop of Rockville Centre,
                     Long Island

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