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May 2020

Seeing Light in the Darkness

Wednesday, May 6, 2020 @ 3PM

The Life of Prayer and Faith during Coronavirus Times. A conversation between Father John Maria Devaney, O.P., a hospital chaplain from Dominican Healthcare Friars, and National Review’s Kathryn Jean Lopez. This talk is presented in partnership with National Review Institute.

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Faith on the Frontlines

Wednesday, May 13, 2020 @ 3PM

https://youtu.be/Eff8_wzUZEM Livestream starts Wednesday, May 13 @ 3PM A Catholic Response to the Global Health Crisis What role does faith play in navigating complex medical questions raised by the pandemic? Join us for a candid conversation with Catholic healthcare leaders about the tough realities facing medical professionals battling Covid-19 and other crises, both here and ... Read more

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A Conversation with Jeannie Gaffigan

Wednesday, May 20, 2020 @ 3PM

Producer, television writer and author Jeannie Gaffigan joins The Sheen Center's David DiCerto for a conversation about the importance of faith, family and laughter in getting us through these difficult times. She will also share how her own life-threatening health scare has given her a new perspective on the redemptive power of suffering, recounted in ... Read more

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A Conversation on Foster Care and the New Film, “The Ride”

Wednesday, May 27, 2020 @ 3PM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k9Wq7f5Fysc powered by Crowdcast From the inspiring true story of extreme sports legend John Buultjens, THE RIDE follows John McCord, an athletically gifted youth who triumphs over a troubled upbringing. After a violent, racially-charged incident lands John (Shane Graham) in juvenile detention, he is finally placed with an unlikely set of foster parents, Eldridge (Ludacris) ... Read more

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June 2020

“Distance” – Screening and Conversation

Wednesday, June 3, 2020 @ 3PM

Join us for a screening of the short film, Distance (Evolve Studios), followed by a conversation with filmmakers Jesse and Joel Edwards. Told through the eyes of everyday people dealing with very real emotions, the timely 15-minute drama examines fear, anger, sadness, desperation, frustration -- and most importantly hope -- in a time of pandemic.

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