Providentially, this year’s tumultuous presidential election coincides with the 25th anniversary of the great papal encyclical, Evangelium Vitae, which contains the Church’s fundamental teachings on the dignity of the human person and our unrelenting obligation to uphold that dignity in all aspects of life and society. Join us for an evening lecture on how these teachings provide us with the grounding we need to keep our footing and navigate confidently through these difficult and turbulent times.
Wednesday, October 21, 2020
Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul
18th Street & Benjamin Franklin Parkway
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Free parking is available in the Cathedral parking lot. Please use GPS address: 222 N 17th Street, Philadelphia 19103, which will take you to the parking lot gate on 17th Street. Social distancing will be observed. Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Presenter: Christine Flowers
Christine Flowers is a lifelong Philadelphian and proud product of 16 years of Catholic school. She obtained her BA in French at Bryn Mawr College, her JD at Villanova Law School and studied at the Sorbonne and Loyola University’s Rome Center. Christine is an attorney who specializes in immigration with a particular emphasis on asylum and refugee cases. She is also a columnist for the Delaware County Daily Times, and wrote for the Philadelphia Daily News and Philadelphia Inquirer from 2002 until this past year. She is a regular panelist on 6 ABC’s Inside Story, a local public affairs program, and has been a radio host at WPHT 1210 am. She is the proud owner of two Black Labs, a sister, an aunt and devoted to the memory of her parents, who instilled in her a profound love of her faith and identity as a Catholic woman.
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