Father Schall's 'last lecture'—don't miss it!
By Phil Lawler ( bio - articles - email ) | Dec 03, 2012
If you live in or around Washington, DC—or can get there this Friday evening—don’t miss this event:
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Father James Schall will speak on “The Final Gladness,” in his “last lecture at Georgetown” on Friday, Dec. 7, at 5:00 pm in Gaston Hall.
If you’re Catholic and you read, you’re probably familiar with Father Schall: the author of 30+ books, whose essays and reviews have appeared in virtually every respectable Catholic journal. Personable as well as prolific, Father Schall has been educating students at Georgetown since 1977. This year he is retiring from teaching, and his many devoted students have joined to give him the honor that Georgetown, as an institution, has failed to accord him.
If you do plan to attend, get there early. Gaston Hall holds about 600; it should be packed.
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Posted by: Retired01 -
Jul. 10, 2018 9:41 PM ET USA
Phil, you are trying to be logical, you are trying to make sense. But, since 2013, Divine Revelation and trying to make sense are out, and paradigm shift is in.
Posted by: Pop -
Jul. 10, 2018 8:50 PM ET USA
In the Diocese of Allentown, pre-marital sessions were spearheaded by couples guided by the diocesan Catholic Social Agency. This was in the '80s & '90s
Posted by: TheJournalist64 -
Dec. 04, 2012 9:02 PM ET USA
What a treasure Fr. James's writings have been; what a gift to the Church.