A short film on human trafficking will be presented followed by a discussion with the Advocacy committee on the concrete steps parishioners can take to address this issue.
Upcoming 2018 schedule:
Jan. 28: Stephen Katsouros, S.J. Fr. Katsouros will speak about his book: Come to Believe: How the Jesuits are Re-inventing Education Again, about Aruppe College, an educational institution that he heads.
Feb. 11: Greg Bonfiglio, S.J. Fr. Bonfiglio will lead a guided meditation.
Feb. 25: Larry Purcell. Mr. Purcell, from Catholic Worker, will present a talk, The Catholic Worker Movement and My Involvement in it.
Mar. 4: William O'Neil, S.J. Fr. O'Neil, from the Jesuit School of Theology, will present, First Be Reconciled: The Ethics of Mass Incarceration.
Mar. 11: John Coleman, S.J. The Grace and Structure of the Third Week of the Spiritual Exercises.
Apr. 22: Robert Scholla, S.J. Fr. Scholla, from Santa Clara University, will speak about, The Grace of the Fourth Week of the Spiritual Exercises with Emphasis on the Contenplation for Finding God in All Things.
Apr. 29: Tom Lucas, S.J. Fr. Lucas, from Seattle University, will present, The Faces of Jesus in Rembrandt.
May 6: Thomas Masarro, S.J. Fr. Masarro, from the Jesuit School of Theology, will discuss, Pope Francis on Peace Making and Conflict Resolution.
May 27: Dorian Llywelyn, S.J. Fr. Llywelyn, from Santa Clara University, will present, Images of Mary in Iconography.
Fromm Hall, Xavier Auditorium, 650 Parker Avenue, San Francisco, 94118
January 21, 2018 10:50 AM