Horan_lectureI want share an update about an upcoming event in the Boston area that is free and open to the public. I have been invited to give a lecture at Boston College as part of the Church in the 21st Century Center’s 2014 series of events. The series includes other speakers such as Rowan Williams, Cardinal Walter Kasper, Alice McDermott, M. Shawn Copeland, Richard Gaillardetz, among others. I certainly do not deserve to appear on the same webpage let alone event schedule as they do, but I’m happy to spread the word as best I can about all the events this Spring.

The lecture, titled “Dating God: Intimacy, Prayer, and Franciscan Spirituality,” will take place on Thursday February 20, 2014 at 5:30pm (more information available here).

Additionally, the Church in the 21st Century  publishes a very helpful resource for exploring faith, spirituality, and the Catholic Christian tradition twice a year. The magazine, C21 Resources, is available free online, free subscriptions and print copies can be ordered through the C21 website too.

The current issue, “Intimacy and Relationships in Catholic Life,” edited by Lisa Sowle Cahill and Kerry Cronin, includes a number of essays from a wides selection of authors. You kind find a short essay by me in the issue titled, “The Intimate Journey of Relationship with God.”

I haven’t shared too many schedule updates of this sort, but I’ll try to be better about doing so (a number of people have been asking that I send more notices out). In the meantime, you can always visit: http://danhoran.com/events/ for the latest information on lectures, retreats, and other events.


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