Wednesday, April 27, 2005

"Dynamic orthodoxy" coming to Long Island

Monday evening we had a standing room only crowd at Faith on Tap to hear Bill Donohue speak on anti-Catholicism in the United States. He gave plenty of behind the scenes stuff on the talks and interviews he has been doing for the past month. His talk was well received and some people could not be let in because there was no more room. A similar thing happened at St. Kilian's in Farmingdale on Saturday:

"Scott Hahn, a Presbyterian minister turned Catholic author and lecturer, addressed 700 Long Islanders at St. Kilian's Church in Farmingdale, Saturday April 23. It was his first local appearance."

"The event organizers, the parish's adult faith formation committee, sold out and had to disappoint approximately 100 people because of the demand to to attend the lectures."

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