Karen Clifton, the Executive Director of the Catholic Mobilizing Network, will be the first of four speakers in this fall’s speakers’ series of the Association of Pittsburgh Priests. The title of her talk is “Ending the Death Penalty; Promoting Restorative Justice.”
“Do not miss this challenging opportunity to deepen your Christian understanding of restorative justice and how to act on your faith on this critical issue right here in the Pittsburgh area.” invites Fr. John Oesterle, spokesperson for the Association of Pittsburgh Priests.
Karen Clifton will speak at the Kearns Spirituality Center on Monday, September 11, 2017 at 7 PM. It is located at 9000 Babcock Blvd. in Allison Park beside LaRoche College and behind the Motherhouse of the Sisters of Divine Providence.
The fee for the upcoming talk is $20. Participants can register at the door the evening of the talk. For more information and questions, contact Fr. John Oesterle at 412-232-7512 or firstname.lastname@example.org You are also invited to visit www.associationofpittsburghpriests.com Pre-registrations can be made to the Association of Pittsburgh Priests, P.O. Box 2106, Pittsburgh, PA 15230.
The Association of Pittsburgh Priests is a diocesan-wide organization of ordained and non-ordained women and men who act on their baptismal call to be priests and prophets. Its mission, rooted in the Gospel and the Spirit of Vatican Council II, is to carry out a ministry of justice and renewal in themselves, the Church and the world.