The Kendall Lecture Series was established through the philanthropy of the late Nancy, ’87, and the late Lee, ’88 (H), Kendall to honor the liberal arts tradition of the Sisters of St. Francis of Assisi. The purpose is to underwrite speakers of national prominence to Cardinal Stritch University. Speakers are selected based on their ability to encourage meaningful intellectual discussion among students and the broader Milwaukee community.
2022 Lecture - Rev. Steve Avella and Innocence and Confidence: Mother Bartholomew, Samuel Stritch and the Origins of the College
As part of its 85th anniversary celebration, Cardinal Stritch University will welcome Rev. Steve Avella, a priest of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee for the 2022 Kendall Lecture.
Rev. Avella will explore the impact of Cardinal Stritch University, the Sisters of St. Francis of Assisi and Samuel Cardinal Stritch on the local Catholic and greater Milwaukee and southeastern Wisconsin communities in a presentation titled Innocence and Confidence: Mother Bartholomew, Samuel Stritch and the Origins of the College.
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