So many talks, so little time . . .
Yesterday I posted the announcement for next Monday’s health care lecture at St. Catherine’s. It begins at 1:30.
As it turns out, two other Dominican events will take place later in the day. First, at 7:00 here at St. Vincent’s, we’ll have the second lecture of our new “Theology in the City” series. The topic will be “The Meaning of Creation.”
And later in the evening up at Columbia University, the Columbia Catholic Ministry (run by Dominican friars from Poland) will hold its annual Merton Lecture. This year’s speaker will be Dr. Eleonore Stump, an analytic Thomist philospher who teaches at St. Louis University. Professor Stump will address “The Problem of Evil in the Thought of St. Thomas Aquinas.” The lecture will begin at 8:30.
Let’s see . . . 1:30, 7:00, and 8:30. Will anyone attend all three talks?