Loyola conference at Regis

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  • August 27, 2007
{mosimage}TORONTO - What was St. Ignatius of Loyola talking about in the 16th century, and why does it matter now?
An international roster of Ignatian scholars will have a run at “A Creative Contemporary Conversation on The Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius Loyola – Perceptive, Prophetic and Provocative” Sept. 22 at Regis College.

Presenters for the day-long conference include Oxford professor and editor of The Way, Fr. Philip Edean S.J., from Dublin’s Miltown Institute, Fr. Brian O’Leary S.J., Scranton University professor Fr. George Aschenbrenner S.J. and British Fr. Dermot Mansfield S.J.

For more information call (416) 922-5474 or visit the web site www.regiscollege.ca .

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