2022 Honorary Thomas Howard Lecture
Dr. Bainard Cowan
‘From Perfect Plot to Vision of All Humankind: The Growth of Dostoevsky’s Poetic Imagination, 1866-1879’
University of Dallas Professor of Literature, Louise Cowan Chair
Community Center of Christ the King Catholic Church
8017 Preston Rd, Dallas 75225
Box lunch & refreshments with registration and donation: $30
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Lewis Tolkien Dinner 2019
Speaker: Louis Markos
Dr. Louis Markos is a Professor of English and Scholar in Residence at Houston Baptist University, where he teaches courses on British Romantic and Victorian Poetry and Prose, the Classics, C. S. Lewis and J. R. R. Tolkien, and Film. Dr. Markos holds the Robert H. Ray Chair in Humanities and lectures on Ancient Greece and Rome, the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, and Romanticism.
Tickets are $125 / person
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The Lewis & Tolkien Society
“Telling the Story”
Guyanne Tittle Booth
Robbers’ Roost, The Green Canoe, and Ann Brown (Not Alone)
With Carol Wood as Interlocutor
At Noon on Saturday March 17
Church of the Holy Cross, Herschel and Douglas, 75219
Box Lunch and Mimosas
Suggested contribution thirty dollars or welcome
Please reserve at www.lewistolkiensociety.org or
214-350-0039 or 214-350-2669
Suggested contribution $30
Tuesdays 7pm, Taught by Dr. Ledek
12-week course “Aquinas’s Ethics” by DeYoung, McCluskey, and Van Dyke
Suggested donation is $300, but all are welcome. Please donate what you can.
St. Mary The Virgin
1408 N Davis Dr.
Arlington TX 76012
Class 4 of Voices from the First Christian Century. For more information about how to attend, please visit our Class Schedule.
Class 3 of Voices from the First Christian Century. For more information about how to attend, please visit our Class Schedule.
Class 2 of Voices from the First Christian Century. For more information about how to attend, please visit our Class Schedule.