Writer, Dia Boyle, to speak on ‘Wives and Mothers: Staying Home’

All undergraduate and graduate women in the Catholic Studies Department are invited to a continental brunch at 1 p.m. on two Sundays, March 9 and April 6, at the Catholic Studies Women’s House at 2139 Grand Ave.

Dia Boyle, a freelance speaker and writer of a regular column for The Catholic Servant publication, will give a talk in two parts. The topic is "Wives and Mothers: Staying Home – Why and What For?"

Boyle is a graduate of the Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, Toronto, Ontario. She is married to Dr. John F. Boyle, who teaches in St. Thomas’ Catholic Studies and Theology departments.

To register, contact Gwen Adams, (651) 500-3811.