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Building Catholic Communities: New Lecture Series

2008 Mar 07, 11:12 Fri

Apologies for the long absence. I've been moving, but now I'm settled in and ready to get back to work.

I've just found out about a new group, Building Catholic Communities, that's put together an exciting lecture series in Washington D.C. The series began February 11, but it's running until April 30, so if you're anywhere near D.C., check it out.

Topics range from John Sharpe of IHS Press on Our Birthright of Responsibility: Real Property and its Restoration Today to Milton Grenfell on Beguinage: Cohousing in Medieval Flanders.

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