Schierman is retiring as associate director of the Center for Interfaith Learning.
The awards are co-presented by the Center for Ethical Business Cultures at St. Thomas.
Pouliot has served the archdiocese for more than 50 years and Reiling is a longtime trustee and co-chair of the seminary’s endowment campaign.
Dr. Lawrence Potter Jr.’s last day here will be July 30.
Pick up your $4 wristband at the Box Office (or at the door) and use it for comfort foods, Ben and Jerry’s, T-shirts, professional massages, guided meditation, oxygen, giveaways and more.
The students have created a video they will premiere at a May 4 event. A pledge drive starts on campus today.
“Vianney,” on national tour, is being performed as part of the “Year for Priests” celebration proclaimed by the pope.
All current commuter Minneapolis parking contracts must be terminated prior to May 31. Preregistration for fall parking contracts will be available starting April 19.
The program was scheduled for Wednesday, April 21, in Owens Science Hall.
Monsignor John Radano will discuss “From Reformation and Counter-Reformation to Reconciliation? Approaching the Year 2017 With an Ecumenical Perspective.”
The authors, who had very different childhood experiences during World War II, will share stories from their recent memoirs at this Center for Interfaith Learning program.
Albom’s nine books have sold more than 28 million copies. He will discuss Have a Little Faith, the title of his most recent best-seller.
The film about a Jewish physician who helps orphans in Ethiopia is co-sponsored by St. Thomas’ Center for Interfaith Learning.
Today would have been Dan’s 20th birthday. The ecumenical service will be held at 7 p.m. in the St. John Vianney Seminary chapel.
The School of Divinity is one of five seminaries co-sponsoring the conference. All are welcome.
The breakfasts are held at St. Olaf Catholic Church and are co-sponsored by St. Thomas’ John A. Ryan Institute for Catholic Social Thought.
Temple-Raston, the counterterrorism correspondent for National Public Radio, is the fourth and final speaker planned for Minnesota Public Radio’s 2009-2010 Broadcast Journalist Series.
Leslie Morris will speak at the Mount Zion Temple at a program co-sponsored by St. Thomas’ Center for Interfaith Learning.
Keynote speaker will be Harvard Law’s Noah Feldman, adjunct senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations.
A former federal prosecutor known for his work in the field of criminal sentencing, Osler will join the St. Thomas School of Law this fall.
Now in its second year, the John Ireland Scholarship program provides full tuition for up to three St. Thomas grads.