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Aging and Spirituality: Talking to Young People About What Matters Most
Organization: Saint Vincent College
Description: Saint Vincent College School of Social Sciences, Communication and Education will conclude its 16th series of talks on Aging and Spirituality at 3 p.m. Wednesday, April 18, at the Fred. M. Rogers Center on campus. The topic of this final presentation will be “Talking to Young People about What Matters Most” in conjunction with the series theme, “Listening across Generations.”

Dr. Mary Beth Spore, dean of the Saint Vincent College School of Social Sciences, Communication and Education, which sponsors the series, said that the session would address questions such as: What do young people think about people in my generation? What do young people think is funny? What could I share as an activity with young people? and other questions.

“On the side of the younger generation are many corresponding questions,” Spore added. “I will lead the session but will ask Fr. Vernon Holtz, O.S.B. and other faculty members and students to participate in the discussion as well. I will ask both the students and the audience to answer some questions from their point of view. Then we will discuss aspects of the topic.”

Admission is free and open to the public.

Persons of all ages are welcome to attend and share in the discussion and questions.

Parking for the physically challenged is available at the Fred M. Rogers Center. All participants may park in Parking Area A and enter the Rogers Center at the first floor entrance.

Reservations are not required. For additional information, phone 724 805-2522.

Location: Fred Rogers Center at SVC, Latrobe

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Phone: (724) 805-2522

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