Travels at Tea Time: Chile
Thursday, March 15, 4 p.m., Fournier Room 10
Learn about Chilean lifestyle, culture and studies at the Catholic University of the Most Holy Conception from CHC exchange student Maria Cea Arias.
Tuesday, March 20, 7 p.m., East Parlor
The Institute for Forgiveness & Reconciliation (IFR) will present the fourth in an ongoing series titled "Cultivating Compassion.”
The series is designed to gather individuals interested in making a difference in countering the prevalence of hate and other destructive emotions in today’s society through the quality of compassion.
Sister Cathy Nerney, Ph.D., theologian and director of IFR will present “There is No Them, There is Only Us,” the fourth in the series. This session is designed to explore some of life’s big questions: Who are we? Who is God? Why the Church? How are these questions related to each other and to our world’s needs and hopes? Sister Cathy will lead the discussion around how compassion holds the key to these questions.
Read about the Institute here, https://www.chc.edu/institute-forgiveness-and-reconciliation/institute-forgiveness-reconciliation-0
The program is free and open to the public. Registration is requested by contacting Cathy Nerney, SSJ, Ph.D., director of The Institute for Forgiveness & Reconciliation, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 215-248-7099.
REAL TALK: An Honest Dialogue about American Politics.
Monday, March 19, 2 p.m., Redmond Room
Pi Theta Alpha & Sigma Alpha present Drs. David Contosta, professor of history, and Jeffrey Carroll, assistant professor of political science discussing the state of politics in America today.
The Maiden, the Dragon and the Medieval Mystery of St. Margaret of Antioch, Virgin Patroness of Childbirth
Wednesday, March 14, 2 p.m., East Parlor
Mia Grogan, Ph.D., assistant professor of English will present findings about Saint Margaret of Antioch, one of the most popular saints of the medieval period, and a virgin martyr who was revered as the patroness of childbirth.
For information, contact Mia Grogan, email@example.com or 215-753-3654
Wednesday, April 4, 2 - 3:30 p.m., East Parlor
- Forgiveness Forum
Forgiving means undoing the knots that bind us. Consider the knots you would like to have undone in your own personal life, in the life of a family member or friend, in our country or the world -- while sharing activities, listening to stories, asking questions, and of course, enjoying some food.
Wednesday, April 4, 7 p.m., East Parlor
- Undoing the Knots in our Criminal Justice System
Presenter: Monsignor Jack Harris will share his lifetime of work undoing the knots on Death Row.
Msgr. Harris has spent the last 14 years ministering to death row prisoners in Arkansas. An feature article about him and his work was published in National Catholic Reporter in October 2017.