Presenters will be Patrice Critchley Menor, director of the Office of the Social Apostolate for the Diocese of Duluth and coordinator of its Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD), and Brian Pizzalato, director of Catechesis and RCIA (Right of Christian Initiation of Adults) programs for the Diocese of Duluth. CCHD is a campaign of the U.S. Catholic Bishops that addresses poverty and its root causes.
The lecture will be at 7 p.m. in the Diocese of Duluth Pastoral Center,
Menor represents the diocese in legislative advocacy and on social concerns such as hunger, homelessness and care for the poor and vulnerable. Pizzalato develops education programs at the diocesan and parish levels for children, youth and adults.
The next lecture in the series will be “What Do Catholics Think About Sin and Confession?” on Monday, April 24. The Rev. Justin Fish, associate pastor at Immaculate Conception Parish in
“What Do Catholics Think About …” is sponsored by St. Scholastica’s Catholic Studies Program and by the offices of Campus Ministry and Residential Life. Catholic Studies at St. Scholastica is a program that explores the Catholic intellectual tradition with interested students and the larger community.
For more information contact the Rev. William C. Graham, director of Catholic Studies at St. Scholastica and professor of Theology, at (218) 723-6699 or email@example.com.