Now in its fifth year, the Listening to Lonergan series, is a set of lectures and discussions that focus on the works, philosophy and teachings of the Canadian philosopher Bernard Lonergan, whose cultural legacy still lives on in the Institute. Sponsored by Concordia University and the The Thomas More Research Centre for Lifelong Learning Inc, each talk is given by a special guest lecturer who specializes in Bernard Lonergan.
Each talk takes place on Saturdays and comprises of a lecture, followed by a discussion the following Saturday.
The lecture takes place at TMI (3405 Atwater Avenue).
The discussion takes place at Concordia University’s Theological Studies Department (2140 Bishop Street, Annex X)
Encompassing the Institute’s global view on education and culture, The Thomas More Associates organise a yearly trip to the Stratford Festival in Ontario. Theatre lovers and the curious are all welcome!
STRATFORD TRIP JUNE 21ST TO JUNE 24TH 2018
Join us for an exciting theatre experience! 5 plays in 4 days!
Coriolanus by Shakespeare Avon Theatre Thursday @ 8 pm
Music Man by Meridith Wilson Festival Theatre Friday @ 2 pm
Comedy of Errors by Shakespeare Studio Theatre Friday @ 8pm
Long Day’s Journey Into Night by Eugene O’Neill Studio Theatre Saturday @ 2pm
The Tempest by Shakespeare Festival Theatre Saturday @ 8 pm
Group discussion: The Tempest (Friday at 10 am)
Stratford General Hospital Nurses’ Residence
130 Young Street, Stratford, Ontario, N5A 1J7 Tel: (519) 271 5084
Tour Bus departing from Thomas More Institute,- THURSDAY MORNING at 7:30 am 3405 Atwater Avenue and from Fairview Shopping Center at 8 am.
Total Cost (plays, transportation, accommodation and breakfasts):
$757 (per person in single room)
$673 (per person in double room)
$15.00 for a seat in the first five rows of the bus
$15.00 Thursday night dinner – chicken or veggie lasagna
Deposit of $250 per person. Balance is due April 1, 2018.
There will be an additional charge of 10% if you have not paid in full by April 1st 2018.
Places are limited. Please reserve early.