University Chaplain Offers Talks About Finding God

Rev. Rick Malloy, S.J., University of Scranton Chaplain, will present a series of talks about finding God on Dec. 5, 6 and 7 at The University of Scranton. The talks begin at 7:30 p.m. are open to the public, free of charge or with a voluntary donation to Friends of the Poor.
November 18, 2017

Rev. Rick Malloy, S.J., University of Scranton chaplain, will lead a series of discussions this Advent season about finding God. The evening talks are presented free of charge and open to the public. A voluntary offering to support the Friends of the Poor will be collected at the sessions.

            Fr. Malloy will discuss “Finding God in Catholicism’s Recent Controversies and Consolations” on Tuesday, Dec. 5. He will discuss “Finding God in Pope Francis’s Recent Teachings” on Wednesday, Dec. 6.  At the final talk of the series on Thursday, Dec. 7, he will discuss “Finding God in Christmas Movies (Old and New).” All the discussions begin at 7:30 p.m. and will take place in the PNC Auditorium of the Loyola Science Center on the University’s campus.

            Fr. Malloy joined the University community in 2010 and became Chaplain in 2014. He is the author of three books: “A Faith That Frees” and “Being on Fire: Top Ten Essentials of Catholic Faith,” both of which won Catholic Press Association awards; and the recently published “Spiritual Direction: A Beginner’s Guide.”

            For information on the discussions, email or call the University’s Office of Campus Ministries at 570-941-7419.

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