Crossroads Lecture on Faith and Public Life

Each year, the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life hosts the Crossroads Lecture on Faith and Public Life.  With a focus on how religion and religious identity interact with the public sphere, the event delves into topics that are relevant to our times.

The 2018 Crossroads Lecture on Faith and Public Life is scheduled for Wednesday, April 11th, at 6pm, in Robert Carr Chapel.  Special guest Dr. Patrick O’Malley, author of Getting Grief Right: Finding your Story of Love in the Sorrow Loss, will keynote a lecture on the topic of grief in public life.  Dr. O’Malley will facilitate a panel discussion with Dr. Nancy Ramsey, Brite Divinity School Professor of Pastoral Theology and Pastoral Care, and Mrs. Sheri Allen, hospice chaplain and cantor at Congregation Beth Shalom.

Robert Carr Chapel is located at 2855 South University Drive.  Parking is available in the lots on Princeton Avenue behind the chapel (and there are a few handicap accessible spots for guests who need them). We will have signs directing you to the parking lots, but please give yourself plenty of time to find a spot.  Additional parking is available in the reserved lot off on the corner of Rogers Avenue and West Cantey Street.

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Crossroads Lecture 2018