Fr. Fitzpatrick to Lead “Where is God?” Discussion, May 9

Fr. Fitzpatrick to Lead “Where is God?” Discussion, May 9

Drawing from his experiences in facing human crises, Rev. Thomas Fitzpatrick, S.J., will address issues of faith during this virtual discussion.

Join Fairfield’s Spiritual Director Rev. Tom Fitzpatrick, S.J. on Saturday, May 9, at 10 a.m. as he discusses “Where is God?” During this virtual talk, Fr. Fitzpatrick will remind us that God is always with us and discuss what we can do to not lose heart in the midst of our current hardships.

During these difficult times of pain and suffering, it is natural to question why God has allowed this trauma to happen, and to wonder where God can be found in all of this. Throughout his decades of service, Fr. Fitzpatrick has been confronted with these questions countless times. Drawing from his experiences in facing real human crisis not only here in the United States, but also while living across the globe, Fr. Fitzpatrick will address these issues of faith during the discussion.

The talk will be presented through Zoom, and advance registration is required.

For more upcoming virtual events, visit fairfield.edu/alumnievents.

"Where is God?" Virtual Talk with Fr. Tom Fitzpatrick, S.J.

Date: May 9, 2020
Time: 10 a.m
Location: Zoom

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Last modified: 05-01-20 12:24 AM

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