“Truth, Reality, and the Importance of Catholic Higher Education”
Dr. Peter Meehan
Principal, St. Mark’s College | President, Corpus Christi College
EdD in History, The University of Toronto
Saturday, May 5th, 10am
Location: The University Golf Club
Brunch and Lecture Cost: $35
The Newman Association of Vancouver cordially invites you to our 2018 Annual General Meeting as we launch the new association year and confirm the next slate of executive nominations!
We would love to hear from you and your ideas on how we can continue to contribute to the Catholic Intellectual Tradition in the public sphere.
A special invitation is extended, as always, to the Newman Club Alumni and the current Newman Club members of UBC.
Our Keynote Lecture before the AGM will be delivered by Dr. Peter Meehan
Dr. Peter Meehan is a native of Toronto, Ontario. He is a graduate of St. Michael’s College School, administered by the Basilian Fathers, and from which he proceeded to complete his university studies, including undergraduate degrees in History and Education from the University of Toronto, a Master of Arts degree in History from the University of Windsor, and a Doctor of Education degree, also from the University of Toronto.
More about Dr. Meehan here:
A hearty brunch will be served as registration opens in the morning!
Opportunity for membership renewal for the 2018-2019 year will be available that day.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The Newman Association of Vancouver is a Catholic organization that promotes and cultivates the religious, intellectual, and social formation of its members and associates. It is named after Blessed John Henry Cardinal Newman, an Anglican convert to Catholicism whose life story of conversion and writings on the idea of a university greatly inspired those working for the advancement of the liberal arts and the ideals of Catholic education, an inspiration that led to the start of the Newman movement around the world in the 20th century. Founded in 1940, The Newman Association extends the mission of the Newman Club of the University of British Columbia from the UBC campus to the wider community and brings issues of pertinence into discussion and dialogue through its activities in the local Church.