Thursday, February 22, 2007
Cudahy Hall, 001
Father Hans Waldenfels, S.J., Professor Emeritus of the University of Bonn, Germany, is a world-renowned expert in the theology of interreligious dialogue and author of 21 books, and well over 400 other published writings.
In his writings both as theologian and pastor, Pope Benedict XVI has demonstrated both great learning and a brilliant intellect, one possessed of amazing analytical power and vision. To a 21st century world threatening to break into many opposing factions, he proclaims the central doctrine of Christian faith: God’s incarnation in Jesus Christ for the salvation of all. As spiritual leader of the Catholic Church, the largest single religious community in the world, he has dedicated his pontificate especially to the work of ecumenism and interreligious dialogue.
Parking is available in two structures: 749 N. 16th St. and 1240 W. Wells St. Mention the Waldenfels lecture to the parking attendant for a reduced rate.
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Web Posted: 01/05/2007