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The John Tagliabue '67, H '05 Lecture Series
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"Extending the Jesuit Mission Today:
Love, Mercy and the University"
 
Featured guest speaker, Timothy P. Muldoon, Ph.D.,
theologian, award-winning author, director of mission education for Catholic Extension and professor at Boston College, presents on his most recent book, 
Living Against the Grain: How to Make Decisions That Lead to an Authentic Life, to raise the consciousness of the presence of the Church among marginalized communities in the United States.
 
Master of Ceremonies, James D. Manney '67,
author and former senior editor at Loyola Press.


Thursday, April 12
6:30 p.m. - Meet & Greet Reception
7:00 p.m. - Presentation
7:45 p.m. - Q&A and Book Signing

The Duncan Family Sky Room
Mac Mahon Student Center
47 Glenwood Avenue
Jersey City, NJ 07306

The John Tagliabue ’67, H ’05 Lecture Series was established through a generous gift from Paul Tagliabue H ’05, former National Football League commissioner, in honor of his brother, John Tagliabue, a 1967 graduate of Saint Peter’s and reporter with The New York Times, with the purpose of featuring authors, journalists and writers of interest who are concerned with preserving and renewing the University’s Catholic and
Jesuit mission and identity.  

Parking and shuttle service will be available at Lot #1 (Armory) located on
Montgomery Street between Jordan Avenue and Tuers Avenue. 


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Thursday April 12
6:30 PM
This event is complimentary; however, a gift to the Office of Campus Ministry would be appreciated.
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