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Spring 2017

"Reading the Bible with the Early Church: Syriac, Greek, and Latin"
A series of free public lectures in honor of Professor Patrick J. Hartin. 

Dates: Monday, February 20 to Wednesday, February 22

  • Monday: Dr. Jeanne-Nicolle Mellon Saint-Laurent, Marquette University
  • Tuesday: Rev. Patrick Henry Reardon, All Saints' Orthodox Church in Chicago & Senior Editor of Touchstone
  • Wednesday: Dr. Michael Cameron, University of Portland

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Gonzaga Socratic Club (Spring 2017)


Dates

  • Monday, January 30 at 7:00 pm in College Hall 101
    • The Coughlin Professorship Inaugural Lecture - "Why We Need to Know the Catholic IntellectualTradition 
      • With Dr. Michael Tkacz, Bernard J. Coughlin, S.J., Professor of Christian Philosophy, Gonzaga University
  • Monday, February 20 to Wednesday, February 22 at 7:00 pm in the Barbieri Courtroom, Gonzaga School of Law
    • "Reading the Bible With the Early Church: Syriac, Greek, and Latin"  - A Lecture Series

  • Thursday, March 2 at 7:30pm in Wolff Auditorium, Jepson Building
    • "What Tocqueville Saw in Ireland in 1835: Photographs from his Footsteps" 
      • With Dr. Doug Kries, Professor of Philosophy, Gonzaga University

  • An event To-be-announced in April

More on the Socratic Club

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