San Damiano Chapel

"Dorothy Day: The World Will Be Saved by Beauty" presented by Author and Granddaughter Kate Hennessy

Dorothy Day is being considered for sainthood by the Catholic church. She is a founder of the Catholic Worker movement and fought for social justice on behalf of the poor and disenfranchised. Her granddaughter, Kate Hennessy has the unusual access and insight into Day's life and provides a fresh perspective on her work and inner life. Sponsored by Place of Grace Catholic Worker House and Viterbo's religious studies and Master of Arts in Servant Leadership programs.

Theology on Tap

This is the final Theology on Tap for the fall semester. Speaker Ben Morris will share about his recent trip to Standing Rock Indian Reservation and how he helped the students who travelled with him understand the theological grounding for their participation there. Free root beer floats will be served at the conclusion of the presentation. Sponsored by the Religious Studies department.

"Bottom" Performance about Sex Trafficking

bottom is a play about sex trafficking written and performed by blank state theatre, St. Paul, Minn. It will be followed by a "Theology on Tap" discussion monderated by faculty of the religious studies department. Sponsored by religious studies and the La Crosse Task Force to Eradicate Modern Slavery. Free and open to the public. Due to intense subject matter and stong language, bottom is most appropriate for persons 13 and older.


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