Tuesday, January 26, 2016, 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Evening Dinner Conference
Living Like Pope Francis: The Four Pillars of Catholic Social Teaching
Building a just society and living in holiness amidst moral challenges encourage us to look to the four pillars of Catholic Social Teaching that Mark Shea will share with us at this special dinner conference. These pillars inform us how to abide by what Pope Francis shares with us in his own life and words. These four pillars are the Dignity of the Human Person, the Common Good, Subsidiarity and Solidarity.
Join us for a fine dinner,
two conferences, and dessert over Q&A along with
good company and the intellectual blessings Mark will share with us!
Cost is $38 per person
Mark P. Shea is an American author, blogger, and speaker working in the field of Roman Catholic Apologetics. Born and raised in Everett Wa., he describes himself as a "double-jump convert raised more or less as an agnostic pagan, he became a non-denominational Evangelical in 1979, and entered the Catholic Church in 1987". He has been published in the Catholic World Report, New Oxford Review, The Door, Catholic Digest , and Christianity and Literature. He also contributes a column to the National Catholic Register. His one-minute “Words of Encouragement” segments have been broadcast nationally in the United States on Ave Maria Radio. SEE FEATURED EVENT FOR SPECIAL PACKAGES PRICING