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Archbishop of Dublin, Diarmuid Martin to launch Order of Malta lecture series in Washington, DC

5/13/2011 - 7:15 AM PST

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Faith and Service: The Unbreakable Bond
Order of Malta Inaugural Lecture*
May 16, 2011 in Washington DC

WASHINGTON, DC (May 13, 2011) - All who are baptized in Christ are called to defend the faith and serve the poor and the sick. For almost one thousand years members of the lay Catholic religious Order of Malta have committed themselves to pursue these twin goals as one. Archbishop Diarmuid Martin of Dublin will address this integrated call to holiness and action for all believers in the 21st century. Rev. Thomas J. Reese, SJ, Senior Fellow, Woodstock Theological Center, will moderate the discussion that follows the talk. A Reception will follow at the Nolan Center.

LECTURE 6:45PM Catharine E. Nolan Center, Georgetown Visitation Prep. School, 1524 Thirty-Fifth Street, NW
(free parking available at Georgetown Visitation)

Brought to you by Holy Trinity Catholic Church, the Order of Malta Federal Association USA, the Georgetown University Jesuit Community and the Woodstock Theological Center.

RSVP: | 202-331-2494

*Mass beforehand at 5:30PM Holy Trinity Catholic Church, 3513 N Street, NW


Woodstock Theological Center  DC, 20057 US
R. M. Keelan Downton - Public Relations and Communications Specialist, 


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