Hosffman Ospino
Kristin Heyer
Michael Pratt

(L-R): Hosffman Ospino, Kristin Heyer, and Michael Pratt.

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On Monday, April 29, the Boston College Church in the 21st Century Center will continue its series on Revitalizing Our Church with a panel of Boston College faculty members who are active participants in their Catholic parishes. They will draw from their scholarship, as well as their personal experience, in discussing how  how lay Catholics can participate in Church renewal.

"Revitalizing Our Church: Ideas from Professors in the Pews" will feature School of Theology and Ministry Associate Professor Hosffman Ospino, Theology Department Professor Kristin Heyer, and Carroll School of Management O’Connor Family Professor of Organizational Studies Michael Pratt.

C21 Center Director Karen Kiefer will serve as moderator.

Denise Morrison
Chuck Clough
Jack Connors

(L-R): Denise Morrison '75, Chuck Clough '64, and Jack Connors '63.

The Revitalizing Our Church series will conclude Monday, May 6, as a panel discussion asks three Boston College alumni to tap their extensive experience in leadership, management, and governance to suggest what can be done to restore trust among the faithful and help the Church to effectively move forward.

Panelists for “Revitalizing Our Church: Ideas from Lay Business Leaders” will be Chuck Clough '64, chairman and CEO of Clough Capital Partners, LP, and a former executive at Merrill Lynch, and Denise Morrison '75, past president and CEO of Campbell Soup Company.

Jack Connors '63, founding partner of Hill Holiday and co-founder and chairman of Camp Harbor View, will serve as moderator.

Both panel discussions will be held in Devlin Hall, Room 110, and will begin at 7 p.m.

Videos of the previous two events in the Revitalizing Our Church series can be viewed online:
    Revitalizing Our Church: Ideas From University Presidents
    Revitalizing Our Church: Ideas From the Catholic Press

The Church in the 21st Century Center is a nationally recognized catalyst and resource for the renewal of the Church. For more information, visit the C21 website.


University Communications | April 2019