St. Patrick…Easter featured at Pub Discourse this Tuesday

Connect the dots: Why is St. Patrick known as “the Easter saint?”  For that matter, why is St. Patrick so widely and wildly popular when his own autobiography presents him as an ordinary man rather than as a great hero?

Questions like these fascinate Prof. John Gutowski, who will explore them at the Pub Discourse scheduled for this Tues., March 26 (4:30 to 6 p.m.) at Gilhooley’s Grande Saloon.  All staff and faculty are invited to join the exploration and add their voices to the discussion.  Complimentary beverages and appetizers will add to the flavor of the conversation.

“Why is St. Patrick so popular?” – Get answers at this Tuesday’s Pub Discourse.

“How does City Council really work?” – Plan to probe that question with Senior Fellow Virginia Rugai at the Pub Discourse next week – Tues., April 2 (4:30 to 6 p.m.) also at Gilhooley’s.

Pub Discourses are sponsored by the Center for Religion and Public Discourse.