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  1. Dante's Inferno: The Illustrations of Amos Nattini

    Sep. 14, 2014   Sep. 15, 2014  
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    Organized by the Canton Museum of Art, this new exhibition will be displayed for the first… View more

  2. Breaking Open the Scripture: The Old Testament

    Sep. 16, 2014   Sep. 23, 2014  
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    In the first half of an eight-part series, Dr. Chris Seeman will explore four themes that… View more

  3. Variations on Dante's Inferno

    Sep. 17, 2014   Sep. 24, 2014  
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    This series is collaboration among the Walsh University Theology Division, The… View more

  4. Evening with the Accountants

    Sep. 18, 2014

    Presented by the Walsh University Career Center. Location: Barrette Business and… View more

  5. First Annual Ohio Hunger Dialogue Featuring Keynote Speaker Ambassador Tony Hall

    Sep. 26, 2014   Sep. 27, 2014  

    One in six households in Ohio face food insecurity, the 10th worst state in the United… View more

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The Life and Thought of St. Augustine of Hippo - Presented by Dr. Chad Gerber

Date(s): Jan. 23, 2013 - Jan. 23, 2013
Event Time: 7 PM - 8:30 PM

Part of "The Saints: Five Catholic Thinkers Who Challenged the Church," a five-part series on great Catholic thinkers.

St. Augustine of Hippo (354-430) was, at different periods in his life, a father, a professor, and a bishop. He became one of the most beloved Saints and influential theologians of all time. He was also a sinner. He tells us of his past sins and his constant dependence upon divine Grace in his spiritual memoir, the Confessions - one of the most widely read works of Western literature. In this presentation, Dr. Gerber will recount Augustine’s spiritual odyssey and highlight the ways that it shaped his thinking about God, evil, and redemption.

Location: Barrette Business and Community Center

This lecture is free and open to the public. It is part of the Lifelong Learning Academy, a program of the Walsh Theology Division which encourages members of the community to share in high quality ongoing academic presentations taught by faculty of the University. Recognition is granted for 15, 30 and 45 hours of participation. No reservation is needed to attend.

For information contact Rabbi John Spitzer at jspitzer@walsh.edu or by calling 330-244-4734.

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