The Bannan Visitors program was a program designed to invite individuals to SCU to engage in issues or activities that support the Jesuit and Catholic character. While the program is no longer active, past visitors provided a rich array of resources to the University.
When: Friday, January 27, 2012, 12:00 - 1:15 PM
Where: Kennedy Commons, Santa Clara University
St. Clare, the namesake of Santa Clara University, lives today through men and women inspired by her story and example, as well as through the witness of thousands of Franciscan Poor Clares worldwide. This luncheon conversation with Sr. Beth Lynn, O.S.C. of Minneapolis, MN and Sr. Dianne Short, O.S.C. of Cincinnati, OH, two Poor Clares who shared about the Clarean charism and how this charism shapes their contemporary spiritual practice and identity. They also reflected on the ways in which Clare of Assisi can be a light to our contemporary world.
Fr. Jerry McKevitt, S.J., Ignacio Ellacuría, S.J. University Professor in the History Department and University Historian facilitated the conversation.
Free and open to the public.
Refreshments and desserts were provided.
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