Providence College professor Anthony Esolen will give his talk “Themes from Life Under Compulsion: Ten Ways to Destroy the Humanity of Your Child” at the Archbishop’s Lecture Series on Monday, March 7, 7-9 p.m., at St. Charles Borromeo Seminary’s Vianney Hall Auditorium.
The series presents an opportunity for all to come to a deeper understanding of the true meaning of Catholic faith, its authentic content, and its orientation toward the transformation of the world around us.
All lectures in the series are free and open to the public. St. Charles Seminary is located at 100 East Wynnewood Road, Wynnewood.
Esolen is an English professor at Providence College specializing in renaissance England, Dante, ancient Greek and Roman literature, medieval literature and theology, the development of Western Civilization. He has translated “The Divine Comedy” by Dante Alighieri.
Esolen is the author of “The Politically Incorrect Guide to Western Civilization” (Regnery Press, 2008), “Ten Ways to Destroy the Imagination of Your Child” (ISI Books, 2010), “Reflections on the Christian Life” (Sophia Institute Press, 2013), “Reclaiming Catholic Social Teaching” (Sophia Institute Press, 2014), “Defending Marriage” (Tan Books, 2014) and “Life Under Compulsion” (ISI Books, 2015).
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