On Behalf of Jesuit Alumni & Friends of Detroit
you are invited to their fall luncheon

“Why Do We Look Up At The Heavens?”
featuring Br. Guy Consolmagno, S.J.
Director of the Vatican Observatory

Detroit Athletic Club
241 Madison Avenue, Detroit, MI 48226

Friday, October 13, 2017
11:30 a.m. • Registration/Networking
12 p.m. • Luncheon & Program
1:30 p.m. • Adjourn/Networking


Online registration only through October 8, 2017. There are no printed tickets. Check-in at the door upon arrival. A reminder email prior to the event will provide further details, directions and parking information.For more information, contact
JesuitAlumDetroit@gmail.com


About the topic: Why did we go to the Moon? Why does the Vatican support an astronomical observatory? These questions mask a deeper question: why do individuals choose to spend their lives in pursuit of pure knowledge? The motivation behind our choices, both as individuals and as a society, controls the sorts of science that gets done…and how we teach that science in our schools. It determines the kinds of answers that are found to be satisfying. And ultimately, it affects the way we think about ourselves and our relationship with God.

*Please note, this is not a John Carroll University Event.