The subject of Fr. Fogarty's remarks will be "Popes and Presidents ... and Premiers: The Vatican and the United States in the Cold War."
The lecture is free and open to the public.
Leadership for the Common Good, a joint program of the Carroll School of Management and the Sociology Department, will sponsor a public series, "Enterprise and the Common Good," during the spring semester.
The series begins this evening with a seminar, "Environmental Management: Transitioning from Regulatory Compliance to Pollution Prevention." Two Texas Instruments executives, Francis Veale and Raymond Lizotte, will present a case study of their company's pollution prevention initiatives. Commentary will be provided by environmental consultant Daryl Beardsley; Foxboro Co. Environmental and Engineering Services Manager Richard Mannion; Andrew Miniuks of the Environmental Protection Agency; and J. Thomas Robinson, president of Nyacol Products, Inc.
The session will begin at 6:45 p.m. in Fulton 511.
"Lessons from Leading People" is the topic of the March 21 event, presented by Robert Rosen, author of The Healthy Company and Leading People .
The event will begin at 6:45 p.m. in Cushing 001.
The final event in the series will be "Measuring Business Success in New Ways: Getting Out of the Box," on April 25.
Paradigms in Progress author Hazel Henderson will be the speaker.
The event will begin at 6:45 p.m. in Fulton 511.
All events are free and open to the public.
The Jesuit Community of Boston College is hosting a series of sung Masses, featuring the Boston College Faculty Early Music Group, each Sunday during Lent.
The series, which began last Sunday, continues this coming Sunday with a Mass celebrated by St. Mary's Chapel Prefect James C. O'Brien, SJ. The March 10 liturgy will be celebrated by Assoc. Prof. Gary Gurtler, SJ (Philosophy), and the Laetare Sunday Mass on March 17 will be celebrated by John P. Boles, auxiliary bishop of Boston. The March 24 Mass will be led by Gasson Professor Gerald Fogarty, SJ, and the Palm Sunday Mass on March 31 will be celebrated by Prof. Joseph A. Appleyard, SJ (English), the Jesuit Community rector.
All Masses will be held in St. Mary's Chapel at 4 p.m. and will be followed by a social gathering.
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