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Book Discussion Featuring Love Is What Matters

Posted by Erin Bechtol
05.31.17

On Thursday May 25th, friends of Pace e Bene joined our staff and came together for a discussion of Friar Louie Vitale’s book Love Is What Matters, the May book of the month. You can watch the video below to hear what we had to say and for a chance to connect with the text on a more personal level. Order your copy of Love is What Matters here.

Be sure to join us on Thursday June 29th for our Q & A with author Terrence Ryne about his book Gandhi and Jesus: The Saving Power of NonviolenceRegister for the discussion here. See the full list of book discussion dates and authors here.

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