Agape Latte Speaker Series
Thursday (November 8th, January 24th, February 14th, March 8th, April 11th), 8:00pm-9:00pm, The Cave (below Sacred Heart Chapel)
Kelly Nelson, Coordinator for CLC Service and Faith Formation, x87597, email@example.com
The Greek word “Agape” describes a love that needs nothing in return. In forming students at LMU who seek to be “men and women for and with others,” the Agape Latte Speaker Series invites faculty and staff to share in their own faith experiences with students freely and honestly. In doing this, this program seeks to allow students to deepen in their vocational discernment, faith, and overall passion.
The Agape Latte Speaker Series seeks to allow students to deepen in their vocational discernment, faith, and understanding of justice through faith-centered talks by LMU faculty and staff.
Faith-Based, Speaker, Vocation, Faith, Passion, Justice
Faculty and staff share personal faith-centered stories or accounts with students in an effort to allow students to be better prepared to discern their vocation, deepen in their faith, and live a life of passion.
Professors and/or classes that have been involved in the activity in the past:
Dr. Abbie Robinson-Armstrong, Dr. Bob Robinson, Fr. William Fulco, and Barbara Busse