Lecture on Vatican II


CLINTON – The closing session of the lecture series “Celebrating Vatican II: Sharing the Vision” will feature a South American bishop, a Franciscan nun and a young, feminist theologian.
At the program beginning at 2 p.m. Sunday, April 21, at Jesus Christ, Prince of Peace Church, Sister Marlene Weisenbeck, FSPA, former president of the Leadership Con­ference of Women Religious, will describe Vatican II’s invitation to read the signs of the times and respond in dedicated service. Most Rev. Daniel Turley, Bishop of Chulucanas, Peru, will reflect on ways the Church is called to solidarity with the people of God throughout the world. Jamie Manson, columnist with the National Catholic Reporter, will speak to what young people in today’s Church need from the Vatican II generation.
The Catholic Sisters of the Upper Mississippi River Valley have sponsored the four-part lecture series in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the Second Vatican Council.
There is no registration or admission charge.
For details see www.facebook.com/catholicsisters or call Sisters of St. Francis, Clinton, (563) 242-7611.

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