The Moreau Center is excited to announce an expanded title, “The Moreau Center for Service and Justice.” The addition of a tag line is intended to better communicate the center’s mission to students and partners both on and off campus, one that stresses building meaningful partnerships grounded in mutually beneficial service that advances justice. Our theme for the year is to unpack Cornel West’s thought provoking quote, “Justice is what love looks like in public.” Stop by the office in St. Mary’s Student Center to pick up a sticker with our new name and theme, and please encourage students to get involved with service and justice.
Theology professor Will Deming will present “How Does A Parable Mean,” the first Theology Thursday Lecture of the fall 2018 semester, on Thursday, September 20, at 7:15 p.m., in Franz Hall room 120. His talk is free and open to all.
Deming, who specializes in New Testament interpretation, will explore how the Gospel writers’ description of Jesus as a teller of parables was meant to be understood.
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