Center for Spirituality Fall Lectures Announced

Gwen O’Brien
Director of Media Relations
Saint Mary's College
(574) 284-4579

August 28, 2013 (Notre Dame, Ind.)–The Center for Spirituality (CFS) at Saint Mary’s College proudly announces the 2013 Fall Lecture Series titled Justice and Its Many Facets. Every year CFS invites prominent scholars to Saint Mary’s College to share their wisdom on contemporary religious issues, and to address broader issues of how faith and reason interact. The Saint Mary’s College Annual Endowed Lecture Series Fund sponsors the upcoming lectures, which are free and open to the public. Click for a campus map.

Dying to Live: A Theology of Migration
Father Daniel Groody, CSC
Associate Professor, Theology
Director, Center for Latino Spirituality and Culture
University of Notre Dame 
Thursday, September 12, 7:30 p.m., Stapleton Lounge, Le Mans Hall

Saying Yes to More than the Dress?  Elements of a Pro-Woman Theology of Marriage
Emily Reimer-Barry
Assistant Professor, Theology and Religious Studies
University of San Diego
Thursday, September 26, 7:30 p.m., Stapleton Lounge, Le Mans Hall

Consuming Women: Sex Slavery and the Body of Christ in a Market Dominated World
Mary Doak
Associate Professor, Theology and Religious Studies
University of San Diego 
Thursday, October 10, 7:30 p.m., Stapleton Lounge, Le Mans Hall

Click for more information on CFS and the lectures or call (574) 284-4636.

About Saint Mary’s College: Saint Mary’s College, Notre Dame, Ind., is a four-year, Catholic, residential, women’s liberal arts college offering five bachelor’s degrees and more than 30 major areas of study, such as business, nursing, art, chemistry, and social work. The College’s single-gender environment has been proven, in study after study, to foster confidence, ethical leadership, and strong academic success. Saint Mary's College ranks among the top 100 “Best National Liberal Arts Colleges” for 2013 published by U.S. News. Founded in 1844 by the Sisters of the Holy Cross, Saint Mary’s College’s mission is to educate women and prepare them for postgraduate success whether it’s a first job, graduate school, or postgraduate service.