Lectures in Catholic Experience, St. Jerome’s University, Waterloo

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Attached here is the brochure for this year’s Lectures in Catholic Experience.
Please feel free to forward the brochure to anyone that you think would be interested in our lectures.

The theme for this year’s series is, “Vatican II: envisioning the next 50 years.”
We have national and international speakers who will help us to look at the signs of our own times: the plight of migrants, human rights, Jewish-Christian relations, the ‘Arab Awakening,’ ecological justice, human health, and to individuals who witness to the role of religion in politics and the challenges of a life of faith.

On October 5, our first speaker is Dr. Daniel Groody, CSC, Director of the Center for Latino Spirituality and Culture at the University of Notre Dame.
Dr. Groody will give the Teresa Dease lecture entitled, “A pilgrim people, a human journey: theological perspectives on migration and Eucharist.”

Thank you very much,

Cristina Vanin, PhD
Associate Professor, Department of Religious Studies
Director, Master of Catholic Thought
Coordinator, Lectures in Catholic Experience
(519) 884.8110 x28266

St. Jerome’s University
Established in 1865
Co-founder of the University of Waterloo
290 Westmount Road North,
Waterloo, ON N2L 3G3

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