Weekly Book Discussion Group
The weekly book discussion group has been meeting for more than 18 years, and generally reads 4 or 5 books a year. We meet weekly on Wednesdays at 7:15 pm to discuss and debate current, timely books on contemporary Catholic topics. Dr. Tony Tambasco, a theologian and biblical scholar at Georgetown University, leads the discussions.
Here is the current discussion schedule:
|Book||Chapters for Discussion||Dates||Meeting Location|
|Seek Justice That You May Live||10,11 & 12||26-Apr||McKenna C|
|Jesus and Buddha: Friends in Conversation by Paul Knitter & Roger Haight||1,2 & 3||3-May||LS (Lower School) Big Room|
|Jesus and Buddha: Friends in Conversation||4,5 & 6||10-May||LS Big Room|
|Jesus and Buddha: Friends in Conversation||7, 8 & 9||17-May||Library|
|Jesus and Buddha: Friends in Conversation||10,11 & 12||24-May||McKenna C|
|SILENCE by by Shusaku Endo||All Chapters||31-May||McKenna C|
|DINNER — NO BOOK DISCUSSION||DINNER — NO BOOK DISCUSSION||7-Jun||KEY BRIDGE MARRIOTT FOR DINNER|
Our current book is by Jesuit biblical scholar Fr. John Donohue: Seek Justice That You May Live: Reflections and Resources on the Bible and Social Justice.