Villanova University professor Kevin Hughes will share his perspectives on the World Meeting of Families and its meaning moving forward in a talk Tuesday, April 19 at 7: p.m. in the St. John Vianney Parish Hall, 350 Conshohocken State Road, Gladwyne.
Looking back at the energy and excitement that surrounded the World Meeting of Families and Pope Francis’ visit to Philadelphia, Hughes will speak of the significance of the WMOF and what we learned as Catholics, as Philadelphians and as families.
Hughes is associate professor and chair of the Humanities Department and Classical Studies Program at Villanova University.
The program is free and the parish and community are invited to participate.
Learn details at St. John Vianney Parish’s website.
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