St. Thomas’ Center for Catholic Studies will sponsor a roundtable discussion with author Jim Forest, head of the Orthodox Peace Fellowship, on “Christian Peacemaking and the War in Kosovo.”

Forest, a well-known author and former editor of the Catholic Worker newspaper, was a close associate of Dorothy Day, founder of the Catholic Worker movement.

The discussion will be held at 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 22, at the Casa Guadalupana Catholic Worker house, 655 State St., on St. Paul’s West Side.

From St. Thomas, go east on I-94, and exit at Highway 52. Go south on 52, exit at Concord Street and turn right. Then turn left at the first stoplight, State Street. Casa Guadalupana is two blocks on the right.

Everyone is welcome. If you have questions, call Bill Cavanaugh, (651) 962-5315, or Casa Guadalupana, (651) 298-9988.