at Old St. Patrick’s
Advancing the Kingdom of God
in the 21st Century
with Tony Magliano
Wednesday, July 19 | 6:30 – 8 pm
Hughes Hall at Old St. Patrick’s Church
What if we took seriously the prophetic call given to every Christian at baptism? Seriously, how would we go about transforming society’s structures of sin, which oppress the poor and vulnerable, into structures of justice, love and peace?
Please join us as Tony Magliano suggests how prayerful reflections upon the ancient wisdom of the Gospel, and the modern principles of Catholic social teaching, can effectively guide a consistent, logical and life-affirming approach to the moral issues facing humanity in the 21st century.
Doors open at 6 pm
Light refreshments will be available
No advance registration is required
Free Will Donation ($10 suggested)
Tony Magliano is an internationally syndicated social justice and peace columnist. Tony’s columns regularly appear in various diocesan papers throughout the United States, as well as in the National Catholic Reporter. His deep commitment to justice and peace includes having lived and worked at a leprosy hospital in India as well as being granted an honorable discharge from the U.S. Army as a conscientious objector.
He is the author of “Moonlight Miracle”, a children’s book on global solidarity published by Paulist Press, and “Cracks in the Sidewalk” a children’s book highlighting God’s many blessings published by Eastern Christian Publications.
For the last 17 years, Tony has also worked as a pastoral associate at the Shrine of the Little Flower Catholic Church in Baltimore, Maryland.
Questions? Contact Bob Kolatorowicz at bobk@oldstpats.