The event has been planned by Rabbi Alan Shavit-Lonstein, a rabbi in residence with the Jay Phillips Center for Interfaith Learning at St. John’s and St. Thomas.
St. Thomas has been welcoming neighbors for an evening of music, food and fun since 1981.
This event is free and open to the public.
The much-discussed encyclical is expected to be released in June or July.
This year's speakers are Dr. Carolyn Woo, Mark Crea, Archie Black and Jessica Slattery.
Robbie Fulks and Don Stiernberg are returning again this year for the Friday night program.
The annual event honors recipients of the Monsignor James Lavin Award, Professor of the Year, Humanitarian Award, Tommie Award and Distinguished Alumnus/Alumna Award.
Cooper, who has reported from more than 60 countries, is the final speaker in this year’s Minnesota Public Radio News’ Broadcast Journalist Series.
The talk features marriage and family expert Dr. Kirsten Lind Seal of St. Mary’s University and is sponsored by St. Thomas’ Family Studies Program.
Her talk, titled “Journey of Hope," is sponsored by St. Thomas’ University Lectures Committee.
Performing May 5 will be Andrew Scheiber and Liz Wilkinson, a folk duo who recently put out their first CD of folk and honky-tonk.
The native of East St. Louis, Illinois, grew up to become Sports Illustrated’s pick for “The Greatest Female Athlete of the 20th Century.”
She will give a public reading here April 24.
The new lecture series is sponsored by St. Thomas’ Family Studies Program.
Social Justice Advocate John Carr to Deliver Inaugural Lecture for Institute for Catholicism and Citizenship April 23
After serving more than 20 years with the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, the University of St. Thomas graduate now heads Georgetown’s Initiative on Catholic Social Thought and Public Life.
Chelsea Balthazar, a freshman international student from the Caribbean island of Dominica, will speak at this month's CultureLink Tea, April 13.
Dancer Cassandra Shore to appear with the interfaith ensemble.
The name sums it up: It’s at noon, it’s about art and it’s about music. It’s always fun and all are welcome.
This year’s festival has the theme of “Illumination” and features five events in April.
Victoria Barnett, from the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, will speak in St. Paul on April 22.
Named for the Pakistani activist shot by the Taliban, the fund supports adolescent girls around the world who are denied access to an education.
Her talk, sponsored by many campus departments, is free and open to the public.
The late Seamus Heaney is recognized as Ireland’s pre-eminent modern poet.
Former NASA project manager John Mankins will describe a proposal for harvesting solar energy in outer space and beaming it to earth.
St. Thomas' Luann Dummer Center for Women is sponsoring her presentation, "Women and Native Struggles: Toward Ecological Transformation," which will be held 7:30-9 p.m. Tuesday, March 10, in O'Shaughnessy Education Center Auditorium.