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VPI in depth: An interview with Professor Carole Sargent

By Samantha Lin Last fall, The Lay Centre hosted a six-part lecture series, titled “The Peripheries in Our Lives, ” which featured theologians and other experts in their respective fields, who spoke from a faith perspective on a range of … Continue reading

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Cardinal Tobin to speak at annual benefit

WASHINGTON, D.C. — A Cardinal who has become known for his closeness to the members of his flock, to the marginalized and to their concerns will be the main speaker at The Lay Centre’s annual benefit in Washington, D.C., Feb. … Continue reading

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Recognizing the humanity in ‘the other’

By Samantha Lin In December, we welcomed resident scholar Tamara Sonn, who holds the Hamad Bin Khalifa Al-Thani Chair in the History of Islam at Georgetown University’s Alaweed Bin Talal Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding. While in Rome, Professor Sonn gave … Continue reading

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On the Peripheries: Exploring paths to nuclear zero

By Samantha Lin ROME — From the interplanetary to the afterlife, the Vincent Pallotti Institute’s adult faith-formation series this autumn has dealt with the periphery in many unexpected ways. This past week was no different. The Lay Centre welcomed Professor … Continue reading

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