The Joseph William and Madeline Eberle Klein Fund was established for the explicit purpose of supporting educational events (including courses, programs, lectures, and the like) and materials specifically directed toward greater inclusion in the Roman Catholic Church of those groups of persons currently disaffected from it including, but not limited to gays, women, and radical and political minorities.
Church Sex Abuse Crisis: Perspectives on the Pennsylvania Grand Jury Report
February 6, 7pm Foley Center
Dr. Kathy Sprows Cummings is the William W. and Anna Jean Cushwa Director of the Cushwa Center for the Study of American Catholicism at the University of Notre Dame. She is also an associate professor of American studies and history at Notre Dame and often serves as a media commentator on contemporary events in the Church. She will be joined by a local attorney and therapist, who will share their perspectives on the Church Sex Abuse Crisis and the PA Grand Jury Report.
Love Thy Neighbor: Refugee & Immigrant Services in Philadelphia
February 19, 7pm, Foley Center
The panel discussion will be comprised of leaders from organizations such as HIAS, Catholic Archdiocese of Philadelphia and St. Thomas Aquinas Center, who are providing services to refugees and immigrants.
Dead Man Walking: The Journey Continues