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Ignatius Loyola Lecture 2013

The End of the World (Yet Again!): Perspectives of Astronomy and Faith

Brother Guy J. Consolmagno, S.J.,Ph.D.
 The Vatican Observatory

The Ignatius of Loyola Lecture considers a topic pertinent to Ignatian spirituality, an issue important to the Society of Jesus, or the work of a prominent, Jesuit scholar in an annual lecture that honors the spiritual charism and namesake of Loyola University Chicago.

Brother Consolmagno is a planetary scientist and Curator of Meteorites at the Vatican Observatory.

Much has been made of predictions of the world's end on December 21, 2012 based on the Mayan calendar. On the presumption that we're all still here come February 25, 2013, Brother Guy Consolmagno, S.J., will address these questions in a talk entitled, "The End of the World (Yet Again!): Perspectives of Astronomy and Faith".

Brother Guy J. Consolmagno is a planetary scientist and curator of meteorites at the Vatican observarotry.

Click here to learn more about Br. Guy Consolmagno, S.J.

We hope you’ll consider joining us at the Lakeshore Campus for Br. Consolmagno’s presentation. 

4-5PM ▪ Monday, Feb. 25
LSC, Crown Center Auditorium

Sponsored by Alpha Sigma Nu and Office of the President, Mission and Identity


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