Tuesday, March 29, 2005

Apr 4 - Msgr. Lorenzo Albacete at SLU

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I received an email about an upcoming talk at St. Louis University.

Here are the details:
Attraction to Infinity:
A Discussion about Faith and Science

Monday, April 4th; 7:00p.m.
Knights Room; Pius Memorial Library
Saint Louis University

Sponsored by:
The Knights of Columbus and
The St. Edmund Campion Society

Monsignor Lorenzo Albacete is the National Spiritual Advisor to the Pontifical Ecclesial movement, Communion and Liberation. He is a columnist for the New York Times, best selling author of God at the Ritz, former University president and professor, advisor on Hispanic Affairs to the US National Council of Bishops, and acclaimed speaker on issues of faith, reason and science in contemporary society. Monsignor Albacete holds degrees in Space Science, Applied Physics, and Sacred Theology.
The St. Edmund Campion Society at Saint Louis University is a Catholic apologetic group. It's a great inspiration to see things like this happening at SLU.

A special Hat Tip to Tim Pawl who is the leader of the St. Edmund Campion Society at SLU and who forwarded this to me.

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