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Garaventa Center: Current Events
2015 - 2016
Thursday, September 17
Timothy Egan is the NW correspondent for the New York Times and columnist for the weekly "Opinionator.” He is a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter and an award-winning author.
Wednesday, September 30
Fr. David Link currently serves as chaplain at the Indiana State Penitentiary, a maximum security prison. Prior to entering the seminary following the loss of his wife of 45 years, he held the position of Dean of the Notre Dame Law School for 24 years, the longest tenure among American law school deans. He also co-founded the South Bend Center for the Homeless, a national model for shelters across the nation. His many professional accomplishments include founding dean of the law school at the University of St. Thomas (MN) and the first president of the University of Notre Dame, Australia.
Sunday, October 25
Noestra Aetate 50th Anniversary
3:00 p.m., Temple Beth Israel
Anniversary of the declaration on the relationship of the Church to non-Christian religions. Drafted in October 1965 during Second Vatican Council.
Thursday, October 15
From The Bells of St. Mary's to Sister Act: Humor, Faith and the Legacy of Nuns on Catholic Church
7:15 p.m., Location TBA
Dr. Katherine Greiner is a member of the Carroll College Theology Department.
Wednesday, November 11
International students and other members of the UP community offer public calls for peace in their native language.
Wednesdays in Advent and Lent (Specific dates and times to be advised)
Chapel of Christ the Teacher
Contemplative prayer centered on the beautiful images of The Saint John’s Bible.
Tuesday, February 9
Prayers, Runs, and Practice: How Memory Makes it Easier to Have Faith and Fun.
7:15 p.m., Location TBA
Dr. Marianne Lloyd teaches in the Psychology Department at Seton Hall University. This lecture is part of the Beckman Humor Project.
Monday, February 15
ReadUP: The Moor's Account
with a Book Talk by author Laila Lalami
Everyone is invited to read The Moor's Account by Laila Lalami. This book is a beautiful work of historical fiction offering the imagined memoirs of the first black explorer to America - a Moroccan slave whose testimony was left out of the official record.
Thursday, February 25
Kate Regan Short Film Festival
5:00 p.m., Location TBA
An annual festival featuring prizewinning short digital films by UP students, staff and faculty in categories for narrative, documentary, international, humor and animation. This is the third year for the annual film festival which is now named in honor of beloved Spanish professor and documentary film-maker Kate Regan, who died suddenly in July 2014.
Saturday, April 2
7:00p.m., Chapel of Christ the Teacher