Items of Interest March 9, 2015

Mundelein Seminary by Gail Kahover

Mundelein Seminary Presentation at Cook Memorial Library in Libertyville, IL

Mundelein Seminary is the largest priesthood training program in the nation today, preparing priests for 31 dioceses around the world. Author Gail Kahover presents highlights from her book Mundelein Seminary, including a pictorial history of the school's visionary and founder, photos of construction from concept to completion, and stories of the institution's growth and the seminarians who have attended it.

Monday, March 16 at 7 p.m.
Cook Park Library, Libertyville
REGISTER: 847-362-2330,, or at the library.

There is currently a waiting list for the program, but those who are interested in purchasing Ms. Kahover's book can find details here.

Thank you to Joan Sweeney for bringing this program to our attention.


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