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Speaking at Notre Dame's Catholic Student Fellowship, Four:7, on April 14

For those in the South Bend, Indiana area, I will be speaking on my return to the Catholic Church at the weekly gathering of Notre Dame's Catholic Student Fellowship, Four:7. It is scheduled for 8:30 pm in the chapel of Cavanaugh Hall on the campus of the University of Notre Dame. For more information, go here.

(cross-posted on Return to Rome)

Comments (5)

Any chance of ever coming to WI?
Maybe Marquette U or St. Norberts?

Sure. Have someone invite me. I need to warn you that my wife, Frankie, is a tough negotiator.

FJB

Any chance you could MP3 it and post it, for those of us that distance challenged?

"that ARE distance challenged" that is...

My April 2 Franciscan University talk was taped. Once I get an mp3 of that I will post it. But, as I understand it, the kids at Four:7 have podcasts of their events. So, I am assuming it will be accessible via iTunes and its website. If that's the case, I will post the link.

FJB

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