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Fr. Schall's Last Lecture

A wonderful ending to a great career:

Last Friday, Fr. James V. Schall S.J., one of the leading lights at Georgetown University, delivered his last lecture as a professor at the Jesuit University to a packed house in Gaston Hall. The author of such classics as Another Sort of Learning and What Is God Like?: Philosophers and ‘Hereticks’ on the Triune God: The Sundry Paths of Orthodoxy from Plato, Augustine, Samuel Johnson, Nietzsche, Camus, and Flannery O’Connor, even unto Charlie Brown and the Wodehouse Clergy, delivered his final lecture, entitled “The Final Gladness.” His lecture, for those who aren’t familiar with Fr. Schall, is indicative of the humor, insight and fidelity which marked his work these past 34 years at Georgetown. Here is just a snippet, which he shared with The Cardinal Newman Society:
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