Theology on Film
Our May film in this series is Defending Your Life, a 1991 film starring Meryl Streep and Albert Brooks. The Abbey will provide snacks and you can BYOB as we start the conversation at 6:30 p.m. The event moves to Our Lady of Guadalupe Commons this month. For more information on the film visit its IMDB site.
Discussion with author Kate Horsley, including readings from her books Confessions of a Pagan Nun and Magnificent Sorrow
The Norbertine Library cordially invites you to a fiction reading and open discussion with award-winning author and emeritus professor Kate Horsley, as she traces the intersecting affective themes of women’s self-discovery, empowerment, sociocultural conflict and spiritual journeying in her published works. Light refreshments to follow.
Kate Horsley was born in Richmond, Virginia. She got an MA in International and Folk Studies from Western Kentucky University and then moved to Albuquerque where she got a PhD. in American Studies from the University of New Mexico. She taught for over 30 years at UNM and CNM. She’s published nine books, winning four prizes, including the Western States Book Award for Fiction.