Get Tickets Now for Immaculée Ilibagiza at Tulane, Jan 24
On Friday, January 24, at 7pm in Dixon Hall at Tulane University, Tulane Catholic will host our second Annual Keynote featuring Immaculée Ilibagiza, survivor of the Rwandan Genocide and author of New York Times Bestseller Left to Tell: Discovering God Amidst the Rwandan Holocaust. Tickets on sale now, $10 general admission, free for students.
Catholic 101 Course
Open to anyone curious about the Catholic faith, this 7 part course will travel through basic topics in Catholicism, such as: 1) the Church, 2) social justice, 3) sin, grace, virtue, 4) death, judgment, heaven and hell, 5) vocation, 6) evangelization and mission, 7) human sexuality. The course meets on the following dates at 8-9:30pm, in the center: January 23, February 6, February 20, March 5, March 19, April 2, and April 15.
Catholic Feminism Course
Dr. Jennifer Miller, professor of moral theology at Notre Dame Seminary, will offer "Catholic Feminism" again this Spring 2020 for women interested. Dr. Miller has offered this class for the past 3 years for many women. She is currently doing research for a book on gender and sexuality––find out more at redeeminggender.com Register for the class or find out more online at catholic.tulane.edu/catholic-feminism. The class is open to any women––you do not need to be a Tulane student. Mondays from 6-7:15pm.