A Project of Boston College Magazine

Christ’s Passion: What's at Stake for Christians and Jews? Personal Meditations for Holy Week

Philip Cunningham; Raymond Helmick, SJ; John Michalczyk; Louis Roy, OP

Audio/Video/Info

Real Player

Real Player will open Broadband  Real Player will open Modem  Real Player will open Audio  


Format: Panel Discussion followed by Q&A

Length: 84 minutes

As the season of Lent draws to its culmination during Holy Week, four Catholic Boston College professors share both personal and academic reflections on the meaning of Jesus' death and resurrection. Their discussion marks the recent publication of an essay collection to which all four contributed: Pondering the Passion: What's at Stake for Christians and Jews? (Sheed & Ward, 2004). The panelists are Philip Cunningham, executive director of the Center for Christian-Jewish Learning (and editor of the above-mentioned book); Raymond Helmick, SJ, of the theology department; John Michalczyk, fine arts department chair and codirector of the film studies program; and Louis Roy, OP, of the theology department.

Presenter(s): Philip Cunningham; Raymond Helmick, SJ; John Michalczyk; Louis Roy, OP

Date: March 22, 2005

Location: McGuinn Hall Fifth Floor Lounge, Boston College

Sponsor(s): Center for Christian-Jewish Learning

URL: http://frontrow.bc.edu/program/passion/

The information on this page is accurate as of March 2005