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Voices of Experience on the Death Penalty
As the Ohio Legislature grapples with the question of how the state conducts executions—or perhaps if they should occur at all—come for the latest updates and hear stories of those who have experienced the issue first-hand. Bellarmine is partnering with IJPC, Ohioans to Stop Executions, the Catholic Conference of Ohio, Church of the Resurrection and more on this important event - Monday, October 14, 7 PM in the Chapel. Featuring: Murder victim family member SueZann Bosler, Ohio Death Row Exoneree Derrick Jamison, & Terri Steinberg, mother of a man sentenced to death. Questions, contact our Director of Social Mission at email@example.com
SHARE THE JOURNEY CONCERT
The second annual Share the Journey Concert will occur on Friday, October 18, 7 PM in the Chapel. This event has quite the line up of musicians donating their time and talent to raise money for the Kino Border Initiative and LULAC. The website for the event, where you will be linked to purchase tickets ($15/each but no one will be turned away) is: https://shareinthehope.com/event-info-page Please reach out to our Director of Social Mission, Tim Severyn, for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org
MEAL AND PUMPKIN DECORATING
Join us next Sunday, Oct. 20, 4:30 PM in the Conaton Learning Commons Fourth Floor for the first in a series of Voices from the Margins events - this will include a community meal and gathering focused on hearing the sacred stories of people living with disabilities and their families as they navigate life in the Catholic Church and Bellarmine specifically. Building upon our ongoing work for greater inclusivity, after the meal we will have a fun and accessible pumpkin decorating activity! Contact Tim Severyn at email@example.com to RSVP.
IJPC ANNUAL GATHERING: WINONA LADUKE
The Intercommunity Justice and Peace Center, of which Bellarmine is a sponsoring congregation, will be holding their annual gathering, entitled "Resilience: Planting Seeds and Growing Movements" on Monday, October 28, 7 PM in the Cintas Center Banquet Room. Social activist, environmentalist, and author, Winona LaDuke will deliver the keynote. Tickets are $20 and go to support IJPC's work. They can be ordered online here: http://ijpccincinnati.org/resilience/
SR. SIMONE CAMPBELL LECTURE
Sr. Simone Campbell, Executive Director of NETWORK and co-founder of Nuns on the Bus, will be delivering an address called "Catholic Thought and Economic Justice" in the Cintas Center Banquet Room on Monday, November 4, 7 PM. The event is free and open to the public.
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