We welcome you to sign up to attend Philosophy Night at St. Stephen.
PHILOSOPHY NIGHT, TUESDAY NOV. 24TH, 7 PM
This month, Fr. Eric Andersen will discuss the book “Progress and Religion” published in 1929 by Christopher Dawson. The book is available through CUA Press, amazon.com, ABE books and more. “Dawson was writing in the period between the two great wars of the twentieth century, a time when some thought that the idea of progress had finally been discredited by the carnage and barbarism of the First World War. Progress and Religion was clearly intended to challenge the doctrine of progress, the rather naive but persistent belief that ‘in every day and in every way the world grows better and better.’” (book jacket notes). No reading is necessary. Ages high school and up. 7 pm in Carmody Hall.
Masks are required per the State of Oregon, Multnomah County, and the Archdiocese of Portland. Please notify us if you are exempt from wearing a mask.
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Carmody Hall (gym at St. Stephen)