St. Clement's Eucharistic Shrine
1105 Boylston St.
Boston, MA 02536
Contact: Gregory Gillis
One of the newest members of the Boston Study Circle recently confided to leader Jay Franklin, “You know, I love talking about these things, but could never find a way to do it out in the world. I feel as though I have found a home.” The Circle continues to meet the third Sunday of each month. They have been seeking to expand their fellowship and have greeted three new members recently, with hopes of more to come.
During the December 2015 meeting, Don Rider presented on Roch Kereszty’s “The Unity of the Church” (Spring 2015). The following month, “The Concept of God at the Council of Nicaea” by Jan-Heiner Tück (Spring 2015) was presented by Frank van Halsema. Two articles of the Summer 2015 “Saving the Differences” issue were discussed in the spring, with Jay Franklin presenting “On Péguy’s Vision of Hope” by Paolo Prosperi and Michael Burke presenting Ricardo Aldana’s “‘Political Correctness’ as a Form of Humanism, and the Christian Mission.”