Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Choosing the better good in our communities

Last Friday, the University of Virginia community held its "Day of Dialogue" to talk about, in the words of UVA President Teresa Sullivan, how to become a more "caring community" in the aftermath of the murder last spring of a student. Many of our St. Paul's students, faculty and staff attended.

The final talk was given by English Professor Michael Suarez, who is a friend of mine and also is a Jesuit priest. Michael's remarks are about UVA, but really he is talking about every community everywhere. This takes about 25 minutes to view; I highly recommend you take the time. Blessings...

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