Exploring Catholicism, Tuesday Oct 25 at 7:00pm

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Please join us for a lecture that Chris will deliver on Tuesday October 25 from 7:00-8:30pm on the Wheaton College campus in Blanchard room 339 titled Exploring Catholicism. The session is aimed at helping Christians relate constructively at the Catholic/Protestant intersection. It will consider basic tenets of Catholic teaching, the profiles of Catholics and Protestants, and offer practical suggestions for approaching conversations among our friends in these communities. The last third of the session is reserved for Q&A.

For those coming from off campus, Blanchard Hall is the large, stone building that you see from College Avenue (pictured below). Simply enter through the main doors, up to the third floor, and listen for the commotion near room 339. You may click on the following picture to access a campus map.

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