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Michael Novak to Speak on Religious Freedom at Apostle Church

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LEWES, Del.— Michael Novak, a parishioner at St. Jude The Apostle Church in Lewes, will speak about religious freedom as part of a lecture series at the parish's Life Center on Monday, Aug. 13 at 7 p.m.

The Adult Faith Formation Committee of St. Jude The Apostle Church announced Novak's talk is entitled, "As Americans Fight to Retain Their Religious Liberty: A Look at What is at Stake."

Novak received the 1994 Templeton Prize for Progress in Religion, was U.S. Ambassador to the Helsinki process in Bern, and was widely regarded to have influenced the argument of Pope John Paul II in Centesimus Annus through his work on the three systems of liberty. Novak also covered the Second Vatican Council for various publications including Time Magazine and has received 12 honorary degrees including two in Latin America.

For more information, call the Religious Education Office at (302) 644-7413 or visit www.stjudeslewesde.org.

 

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