Gandhi Lecture to take place Nov. 4

October 31, 2012 | Events, UToday, — Languages, Literature and Social Sciences
By Vicki L. Kroll


The Rev. James J. Bacik, former pastor of Corpus Christi University Parish and UT adjunct professor of humanities, will deliver the Sixth Annual Gandhi Lecture Sunday, Nov. 4, at 5 p.m. in the Richard and Jane McQuade Law Center Auditorium.

His talk it titled “Truth-Force: Exploring Gandhi’s Response to Violence.”

Bacik is the author of Catholic Spirituality, Its History and Challenge; Tensions in the Church: Facing Challenges and Seizing Opportunity; Spirituality in Transition; and Spirituality in Action.

Richard P. McBrien, professor of theology at Notre Dame University, has called Bacik “one of America’s finest, most insightful theologians.”

The free, public lecture is sponsored by the College of Languages, Literature and Social Sciences. Free parking is available in Lot 12 by the Law Center. 

For more information, call the College of Languages, Literature and Social Sciences at 419.530.2164.

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