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LIM Presents Summer 2001 Series of Free Public Lectures

Loyola press release - June 13, 2001

The Institute for Ministry (LIM) will present a dynamic series of four (4) free public lectures, on Friday evenings, during June and July. The lectures will begin at 7 p.m. The presentations will each be followed immediately by complimentary "meet the speaker" and/or booksigning receptions.

June 22
"The Eucharist and the Healing of the World"

Presenter: Bernard Cooke, Th.D.
Location: Miller Hall, Room 114 -- 7 p.m.
(Followed by a booksigning reception with Dr. Cooke in Miller 112)

June 29
"Trinity, Spirituality, and Christian Living"

Presenter: Richard Gaillardetz, Ph.D.
Location: Miller Hall, Room 114 -- 7 p.m.
(Followed immediately by a booksigning reception with Dr. Gaillardetz in Miller 112)

July 13
"Bio-Ethics: New Questions, New Challenges"

Presenter: Sr. Marie Vianney Bilgrien, S.T.D.
Location: Miller Hall, Room 114 -- 7 p.m.
(Followed immediately by a meet-the-speaker reception in Miller 112)

July 20
"Households of Faith and the Church: A Partnership for Discipleship"

Presenter: Carol Eipers, D.Min.
Location: Miller Hall, Room 114 -- 7 p.m.
(Followed immediately by a booksigning reception in Miller 112)

Each of LIM's free public lectures, during summer 2001, will be followed by a Saturday day-long (9 a.m. to 5 p.m.) workshop, featuring the Friday evening lecturer.