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Final Luminary Lecture for 2021 Features Dr. Hittinger on St. Kolbe

The final USTMAX Center Luminary Lecture for 2021 is expected to fill the seats at Sacred Heart Catholic Church’s St. Theresa Room inside the Parish Life Center on Thursday, Dec. 16, from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. The Conroe, Texas street address is 704 Old Montgomery Road.

Presenting will be UST Professor of Philosophy and Director of the St. John Paul II Studies Institute, Dr. John Hittinger. His topic will be “St. Maximilian Kolbe as the Patron of ‘Our Difficult Century’—Discerning Authentic Innovation.”

Don’t miss this opportunity to hear Hittinger and learn about Kolbe, the bold, innovative Polish Saint who exemplified St. John Paul II’s teaching.

USTMAX Center Senior Director Carla E. Alsandor, Ph.D, said, "Dr. Hittinger's deep knowledge of, and passion for, the great Polish saints bring their history and charism to life for those attending his lectures. We look forward to his return to Conroe for our final Luminary Lecture of the year when he will speak about how St. Maximilian Kolbe prioritized ethics over technology, the person over things, and spirit over matter." 

Light refreshments will be served, and attendees to this FREE event are invited to register here.

USTMAX Center presents quarterly Luminary Lectures delivered by UST faculty, local area clergy and lay professionals as adult enrichment opportunities.