Spotlight on Local History: “The Grail Movement: Women at the Heart of Catholic Action”
American Catholic Historical Society 263 South Fourth Street Philadelphia PA 19106
Start Date and Time:
Sunday September 23rd 130PM
End Date and Time
Sunday September 23rd 430PM
You are invited to attend the next American Catholic Historical Society’s Spotlight on Local History.
Dr. Marian Ronan will discuss the history of the Grail, an international movement that promotes women’s spiritual development and activism. She will discuss the growth of the Grail in the United States and its place within U.S. Catholicism in the post-WWII era.
FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
-a light reception to follow-
1:30pm House Opens | 2:00pm Talk
Ticket URL (optional)
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