“How should a Diverse and Democratic Society Deal with Issues of Religion?” Sunday, Nov. 11 at 11 AM
Presenters: Frances B. O'Connor CSC & Becky S. Drury, Ph.D., CFRE
Sunday, November 11th at 11 AM (RSVPs not required)
The combination of faith and politics, of political and religious identity is more powerful right now than perhaps at any time. How should a diverse and democratic society deal with issues of religion? Should religion be used in the political arena – to win votes or to guide political action?
Join in this lively discussion as two leading advocates and scholars on women’s roles and in general, roles within the political process and religion present on this important and timely topic.
About the presenters:
Frances B. O’Connor, CSC, a Holy Cross Sister was a Hesburgh Scholar at the University of Notre Dame from 1994 – 2010, and currently teaches an adult theology seminar.
Becky S. Drury Ph.D., CFRE is a retired Professor of Research Methodology, Advanced Writing, Rhetorical Criticism, and Interpersonal Communications among other courses at Purdue University, Indiana State, and the University of Notre Dame: a consultant to many Colleges and local agencies , and an author Of over 15 publications and presentations. She is locally known to Sinai Synagogue as its highest ticket sales person for our annual spaghetti dinner!