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Saturday Morning
Book Club
Mary-Paula Cancienne, RSM, Ph.D., GCU assistant
professor of religious studies/theology, and the GCU
Department of Theology, Religious Studies, ILEM,
and Philosophy invite you to join them for the second
Saturday morning book club. Diana Butler Bass’s
Christianity after Religion: The End of Church and the
Birth of a New Spiritual Awakening
(2012) will be read
and discussed.
Location:
Gavan Student Lounge
Date:
February 16 (Saturday); 10:00
AM
–12:00
PM
Cost:
FREE; reservations required.
Year of Faith Retreat
In this Year of Faith, the topic of prayer surfaces as an
important question to address. Why do we pray and
how does the Bible help shape our lives of prayer? GCU’s
springtime retreat, hosted by the Alumni and Parents
Committee, will address the significance of the Bible on
personal and communal prayer. The presentations will
unfold the remarkable influence of sacred scripture on
our lives and its impact on us in the 21
st
century. The
day will include time for sharing and silent reflection and
conclude with Sunday liturgy. Judith Schubert, RSM,
Ph.D., GCU professor of theology and religious studies,
will explore the influence of the Psalms and the New
Testament on our prayer life.
Location:
McAuley Heritage Center
Date:
March 2 (Saturday); 10:00
AM
–5:00
PM
Cost:
$25 per person; $20 per GCU community or
MILL member, includes lunch; reservations
required.
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