Adult Faith Formation Talks for Fall 2016
Held in Xavier Auditorium, Fromm Hall, directly behind St. Ignatius Church
Aug.14: Larry Tye -- Bobby Kennedy, The Making of a Liberal Icon. Tye, a New York Times best selling author of many books and a former reporter for the Boston Globe will talk about his recent book on Bobby Kennedy.
Sep. 11: Bishop Gordon Bennett S.J. -- The Year of Mercy: Mercy and My Neighbor. Bennett is a retired bishop from Jamaica
Oct. 2: Meghan Pryor Lorentz -- Mary, The Mother of Mercy. Pryor Lorentz is on the Spirituality staff at Saint Ignatius High School.
Oct. 16: Father James Fredericks -- Buddhist - Christian Dialogue and Encounter. Fredericks has recently retired from the theology department at Loyola Marymount University. He is the best known American Catholic working on Buddhist-Christian Dialogue.
Oct.23: Sister Anne Hennessy CSJ -- Peter Faber: Spiritual Direction and Dialogue. Hennessy is at the Ignatian Spirituality Center at Loyola Marymount University.
Nov. 6: Christopher Hadley S.J. -- Praying for the Dead: Its History and Meaning. Hadley is on the faculty of the Jesuit School of Theology in Berkeley
Nov. 13: Donal Godfrey S.J. -- The Name of God is Mercy. Godfrey is on the campus ministry staff at the University of San Francisco
Nov. 20: Manresa Gallery. Talk on the show in the Gallery
Dec. 4: John Coleman S.J., -- Liturgical Cycle A: Saint Matthew’s Gospel. Coleman is an associate pastor at Saint Ignatius Church.