Dr. Thomas Massaro, S.J. and Rabbi Dr. Lance Sussman
Wednesday, September 10, at 7:30 p.m., in the Haub Conference Center in McShain Hall
In an election year in which “family values” are much discussed and “faith-based” constituencies of all sorts are increasingly vocal, religious leaders and preachers are forced to deal with a fundamental question: what is to be said from the pulpit during an election campaign? To address this and other relevant issues, the Jewish-Catholic Institute of Saint Joseph’s University is sponsoring a discussion featuring Rabbi Lance J. Sussman, Senior Rabbi at Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel, Elkins Park, Pa., and president of the Delaware Valley Association of Reform Rabbis, and Thomas Massaro, S.J., professor of moral theology at Boston College, and the current holder of the MacLean Chair of Theology at Saint Joseph’s. Rabbi Sussman has written extensively on the history of American Judaism and its role in the public life of the U.S., and Fr. Massaro’s many publications touch on Catholic social teaching on war and peace, welfare reform and business ethics.