Just in time for registration, join us for dinner and a sampling of spring semester Christian Studies courses at the home of Professor McDermott. Professors teaching the courses will be there to give short "flash lessons." For example: Prof. Sarah MacMillen of Duquesne University will preview her course "Sociology of Catholicism" (SOCI 233).
This year's lineup will include previews of upcoming CS short seminars "Whose Justice, Which Rationality?" (Prof. McDermott) and "Christian Care of the Body" with physician/researcher/theologian Rev. Dan Hall. Past experience has proven that this is a good time even if you already know what you're taking!
Dinner will be catered by Homestead's own Me Lyng Chinese and Vietnamese restaurant.
Prof. and Mrs. McDermott will be hosting our event this semester. Prof. McDermott's house is 112 E. 11th Ave. in Homestead (just up the hill from the Waterfront). Take the 61 C and get off at 8th Ave and West streets, the first stop after you cross the Homestead Grays Bridge. Walk three blocks up West St., and hang a left on E. 11th Ave. The house is on the right: large, white, with a blue awning, up a long flight of concrete stairs.