First Thursday Literary SocietyPosted: 04/23/2012
Good literature has always been a part of Catholic Culture. Join us once a month for a discussion of these works of fiction largely written by Roman Catholics, and all dealing with the central themes of faith, the human condition, incarnation, sacrament, redemption, the struggle between good and evil, and sin and grace. A brief introduction to the author will be followed by a moderated conversation on the book and its insights on faith and life.
Read the book and join the discussion or just sit in and listen for fun.
Date: May 3 The Great Divorce by C.S. Lewis
Instructors: Mason Beecroft, ThM, and Rod Treat
Location: Chancery Office, 12300 East 91st Street
To register for this class, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 918-307-4941