Adult Faith Formation
“The Legacy of the Jesuits in Spirituality, Art, Science, Theology and History.”
All programs meet Wednesday Evenings 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Please Note Change of Venue
Cowell Hall Room 106
Free parking available in the following USF lots:the X-Arts lot behind Fromm Hall and the Gleeson Library lots, both on Golden Gate Ave. and upper and lower Koret lots (Turk Blvd. & Parker.)
On the occasion of The 100th Anniversary, 1914 – 2014, of The first Mass at Saint Ignatius Church in San Francisco and The 200th Anniversary of the restoration of The Society of Jesus after it had been suppressed in the eighteenth century, a special 12 part Lecture series is being offered by St. Ignatius Parish and The University of San Francisco.
Wednesday, April 16: The Jesuits and Mathematics (with an especial contribution in Geometry), with Thomas Banchoff, Professor of Mathematics at Brown University and visiting Professor at the University of San Francisco. Banchoff has been a long time member of the Clavius Society, dedicated to to Jesuit mathematicians and scientists.
Wednesday, April 23: The Jesuits and the Paraguay Reductions, with Arthur Liebscher, S.J., Professor and Chair of the Department of History at the University of Santa Clara. Liebscher is a specialist in the history of Argentina.
|Start:||February 12, 2014|
|End:||February 19, 2014|