Calendar of Events
Here are a number of events of interest.
Monday, January 8 6pm
Out of Love, Social Justice Meeting at Peg Wills’ home
Tyler Wagner, St. Ignatius Catholic Church will speak on Clean Energy Jobs bill and Salem Lobby day
Sunday, January 14 3pm
Joan Chittester: Her Story, My Story, Our Story play at St. Andrews Community Center NE 8th Ave & NE Alberta St. $10 donation
Tuesday, January 23, 2018 – Be sure to vote
SPECIAL ELECTION MEASURE 101
Tuesday, January 30 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Hearing the Cries for Justice Convocation at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, 147 NW 19th Ave, Portland.
The Convocation will bring together people of faith and goodwill for information, inspiration, and training to engage in prison ministries and understand the deeper social issues behind our legal system. $10 Register securely online
Mondays February 5, 12, 19, 26 7 pm
Death Penalty and Discipleship by David Matzko McCarthy's
Book and discussion at Peg Wills’ home
Monday, February 12 9am
Clean Energy Jobs bill Lobby Day in Salem
Carpool leaves from Peg Wills’ home at 7:30am
Tuesday, February 13 9:30 AM
Moms Demand Action Gun Control Lobby day in Salem Register
Tuesday, February 13 7:15pm, University of Portland Bauchi Commons Dining Rm; Garaventa Center presents: Africa’s Contributions to the Catholic Church: Past, Present and Future
Fr. Paul Kollman, CSC, Executive Director of Notre Dame’s Center for Social Concerns, examines what Africa’s growing role means for the Catholic Church from a global perspective.
Wednesday, February 28 7:15pm
University of Portland Franz Hall 120; Garaventa Center presents: Science and Faith: Common Misconception and Paths to Integration
Lay Catholic scientist Joel T. Nigg, director of the OSHU Psychology Division, suggests a science‐affirming faith in God is not only possible but necessary for an integrated and holistic approach to today’s urgent problems.
Wednesday, March 12 6-8pm
Out of Love Social Justice Meeting, Peg Wills’ home
Wednesday, March 21 7:15pm
University of Portland Franz Hall 120; Garaventa Center presents: Hesburgh Lecture: Islam, the Catholic Church and the Future of the World
Presented by Notre Dame Professor of Islamic Studies and Theology Gabriel Said Reynolds
Friday, May 4, 2018; 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM
All Saints Catholic Church; 3847 NE Glisan St; Portland, OR 97232
TOBIN LECTURE Keynote Speaker: Sister Donna Markham OP, Ph.D. President & CEO Catholic Charities USA Register