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Romero Days 2013

Wednesday, March 20

Romero Days Film Screening, "Monsenor"

7:00 pm - Eck Visitor's Center

Thursday – Saturday, March 21 – 23

Catholic Social Tradition Conference
Peace Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow

McKenna Hall/Notre Dame Conference Center

Cosponsored with Center for Social Concerns; Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities; Catholic Relief Services; Catholic Social Tradition Minor; Center for Civil and Human Rights; Center for the Study of Religion and Society; Cushwa Center for American Catholicism; Department of Political Science; Department of Theology; College of Arts & Letters, Henkels Lecture Series, Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts; Institute for Church Life; Institute for Latino Studies; Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies; National Center for the Laity; Notre Dame Graduate School; Office of Sustainability; Poverty Studies Interdisciplinary Minor

Friday, March 22

Julian Filochowski, CMG, OBE
Chair of the Archbishop Romero Trust in England, Former Director of CAFOD

Romero Lecture
Romero as a Peacemaker

8:00pm - McKenna Hall/Notre Dame Conference Center

Saturday, March 23

Romero Days Workshop

Attendance Reservation Requested

A workshop for teachers on how to incorporate a five-day mini unit using the film Monsenor: The Last Journey of Oscar Romero into any theology course.  Samples from the mini-unit and other social justice resources published by Ave Maria Press will be shared.  The event is suitable for high school theology teachers, parish youth ministers, director's of religious education, parish social justice team members, and any others interested in using Monsenor: The Last Journey of Oscar Romero in a catechetical setting.

Ave Maria Press is a ministry of the Congregation of the Holy Cross.

Contact Christopher Sallak to reserve your place in the workshop or should you have any questions.

10:00 am to 11:15 am - Ave Maria Press, 19113 Douglas Road, on the Notre Dame campus (enter through the front door on Douglas Road)




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