Fr. James Hanvey, SJ Faculty/Staff Lecture
Tuesday, April 30 | 12pm-1:30pm | Lunch provided
Please join us for the second lecture in a University Ministry Faculty/Staff series with James Hanvey, S.J., the Anna and Joseph Lo Schiavo Chair in Catholic Social Thought.
One of the things that most characterizes our lives and our societies is not so much hope, but hope that is disappointed or broken. What is it like to live with out hope? Have we lost hope, and if so do we have any resources for redeeming or restoring it?
These are some of the themes that will be explored during this lunchtime reflection and conversation with Fr. Hanvey, S.J. We hope you'll join us.
To attend, please RSVP to Austin Salzwedel, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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For questions about the event, please contact Fr. Donal Godfrey, SJ, email@example.com.
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some accommodations (e.g. sign language, interpreting, realtime
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