News Release

WorldView

Trinity once again presents WorldView, a community and college series for film, word, and music, Mondays in October at 7 p.m.

The College will welcome:

Loving

Linda Loving – October 5
Actress and clergywoman Linda Loving presents the one-woman drama “Julian” about the life of medieval mystic Julian of Norwich.

Julian is the first-known English woman whose written work survives. In the midst of great turmoil, Julian spoke words of comfort, of hope, of forgiveness, of revelation. She speaks to our time as well.

 

Vallas

Paul Vallas – October 12
Trinity will welcome former CEO of Chicago Public Schools Paul Vallas, who currently serves as Superintendent of the Recovery School District in New Orleans.

He has been implementing sweeping District-wide reforms in New Orleans, duplicating many of the initiatives that turned the school systems of Philadelphia and Chicago into nationally recognized models for education reform.

 

 

Marty

Martin Marty – October 19
One of the most prominent interpreters of religion and culture today, Martin Marty will present “LETHAL RELIGION— Around the World, in the Nation, and Down the Block.”

Marty is an ordained minister, author of more than 50 books, and a Fairfax M. Cone Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus of the History of Modern Christianity in the Divinity School at the University of Chicago.

 

 

Bella VoceBella Voce – October 26
Bella Voce, “the always-adventuresome a cappella group,” according to the Chicago Sun-Times, will entertain, inspire, and educate through their choral chamber music performance.

Their wide-ranging repertoire includes a cappella literature of the mid- and late-twentieth century, works commissioned from American composers, and sacred music of the Renaissance and Baroque eras.

 

Events are free and open to the public. All events, except for Linda Loving’s presentation, will be held in the Ozinga Chapel. Loving will be performing in the Marg Kallemeyn Theatre of the Art and Communication Center.

For more information, contact Beth Decker, director of WorldView, at 708.293.4908 or beth.decker@trnty.edu.


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