Faith Talks

Faith Talks

Human Rights and the Teaching of the Catholic Church, from Saint Francis to Pope Francis

Sunday, November 1, 2-4 p.m.
Franciscan Center

Featured speaker: Paolo G. Carozza, A.B., J.D.
The idea of human rights originated in the life of the Catholic Church, and Catholic social teaching today provides one of the clearest defenses of it. But there are also deep tensions between Catholic tradition and human rights, historically and in the present day. This lecture explores that ambiguous relationship.

Free and open to the public. For more information, contact Sr. Barbara Vano, O.S.F. by email.

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About Faith Talks

Faith Talks, sponsored by Lourdes University Office of Mission & Ministry and the Notre Dame & Saint Mary’s Club of Toledo, explores the ways that our beliefs and faith traditions shape us and impact our daily life. For more information on Faith Talks, please contact Sr. Ann Carmen Barone, O.S.F., Vice President for Mission and Ministry, at 419-824-3703 or email.

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