UPDATE: Matthew Leonard to speak on Redemptive Suffering
UPDATE: Matthew Leonard to speak on Redemptive Suffering
January 26th, 2015 by vocations
 

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A fantastic opportunity for Catholic young adults is once again coming to the University of Cincinnati! On February 23, 2015 the Frassati Speakers Series presented by the UC Society of St. Paul will continue with an engaging presentation by renowned speaker Matthew Leonard. Author of two books, Louder than Words: The Art of Living as a Catholic and Prayer Works! Getting a Grip on Catholic Spirituality, Leonard will be presenting on the topic Love Hurts: The Truth Behind Redemptive Suffering. The talk will take place in the Tangeman University Center Great Hall and will go from 7-8:30 pm. You don’t want to miss this great opportunity to grow in love with your faith and be inspired to transform your lives into lives of prayer.

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