Sunday, April 27, 2008
Notre Dame Club of Jersey Shore Hesburgh Lecture
Father Ted Hesburgh, C.S.C.
Former President of the University of Notre Dame
This Wednesday evening at 7:30 at the Navesink Room of the Student Life Center at Brookdale Community College, the Notre Dame Club of the Jersey Shore will sponsor its annual Hesburgh Lecture. The lecture, named for former Notre Dame president, Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh, C.S.C., is an event that many Notre Dame alumni clubs host annually, providing a forum for current Notre Dame professors to speak on a number of topics of interest to current members of the Notre Dame family.
Wednesday's lecture will be presented by Dr. Robert Schmuhl, speaking on: "Perilous Preeminence: America in the World Today." Just for your information, Professor Schmuhl is one of the most popular speakers sent by Notre Dame, and our Jersey Shore Club is very lucky to be able to host him.
The great thing about these Hesburgh lectures is that they are FREE. Yes, I said, they are FREE! And they are open to everybody!
So come on over to Brookdale Wednesday evening, and let's join in the conversation about America's place in the world today.
Posted by Fr. Gene Vavrick at 11:09 PM