'Lessons from Pope Francis' Explored at SLU Lecture April 16

04/16/18, 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

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Admission: Free. "Lessons from Pope Francis on American Politics and Civic Life," will be addressed by Father Matt Malone, SJ, editor of America magazine, on Monday, April 16, 7-8:30 p.m. in St. Francis Xavier College Church, at the corner of Grand and Lindell boulevards. This is the second in the four-part lecture series, “The Jesuit Influence on American Spirituality, Education and Society,” celebrating Saint Louis University’s bicentennial. A light reception will follow the talk. Free parking is available in the Laclede Garage, at Grand boulevard and Laclede avenue. The series is sponsored by the Saint Louis University Bicentennial Committee and the Office of Mission and Identity. For more information, go to our Facebook page, SLUJesuitMission or contact jesuitmission@slu.edu.

"Lessons from Pope Francis on American Politics and Civic Life," will be addressed by Father Matt Malone, SJ, editor of America magazine, on Monday, April 16, 7-8:30 p.m. in St. Francis Xavier College Church, at the corner of Grand and Lindell boulevards. This is the second in the four-part lecture series, “The Jesuit Influence on American Spirituality, Education and Society,” celebrating Saint Louis University’s bicentennial. A light reception will follow the talk. Free parking is available in the Laclede Garage, at Grand boulevard and Laclede avenue. The series is sponsored by the Saint Louis University Bicentennial Committee and the Office of Mission and Identity. For more information, go to our Facebook page, SLUJesuitMission or contact jesuitmission@slu.edu.

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Location:
St. Francis Xavier College Church
3628 Lindell Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63108

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Email:
mary.flick@slu.edu

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jesuitmission@slu.edu

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