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The following are religious events the Chaplain may or may not be a part of, but which are listed as a service to the Members of the U.S. House of Representatives and their staff.





Date
Event Title
Description
Location
Time
11/10/2006 That Intelligent Superintending Principle - the Author of Rights Speaker: Hadley Arkes, Ph.D., Amherst University - Complete title - That "Intelligent Superintending Principle": The Author of Rights That Were There Before the Constitution and a Bill of Rights. Part of the John Henry Cardinal Newman Lecure Series - God, Religion and Civil Governance, sponsored by the Institute for Psychological Sciences, Arlington VA. Admission is free but reservations are required. 703-416-1441 Cosmos Club - 2121 Massachusetts Ave. NW 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
11/13/2006 Men's Small Group Bible Study Meets Mondays at 1:00 pm. Sponsored by the Center for Christian Statesmanship. Contact Jeremy Bouma at 202-547-3052. 1:00pm
11/14/2006 Bible Study with Fr. Begg St. Joseph's on Capitol Hill invites you to join them for a Bible Study on the Gospel of Luke, led by Fr. Begg, Catholic University of America. Contact Brenna Findley at 703-304-2116 or brennafindley@h otmail.com. The study will continue each Tuesday night untill the book is concluded. St. Joseph's Parish Center 7:00 pm
11/14/2006 Chaplain Barry Black Book-signing Join the Faith and Politics Institute and Sen. Bill Frist for a booksigning with Senate Chaplain Barry Black, author of From the Hood to the Hill. RSVP to Gwen at 202-546-1299 or gwen@faithandpo litics.org United Methodist Building 1st St. & Maryland Ave. NE 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
11/14/2006 Faith & Politics Reflection Groups The Faith & Politics Institute sponsors weekly reflection groups designed to provide occasions for quiet reflection, spiritual community, and contemplative dialogue. These group meetings allow individuals to reflect alongside one another, learn from each other, support one another and engage in meaningful conversation about values and beliefs in connection with their roles as Washington professionals. Contact Gwen Wright at 202-546-1299 or gwen@faithandpo litics.org TBA negotiable
11/15/2006 Rosary Open to Congressional Members and Staff H-234 The Capitol 12:00 Noon
11/16/2006 Prayer Breakfast Open to Congressional Members H-120 The Capitol 8:00 AM
11/16/2006 Introduction to the Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Catholic Church This lecture will provide a continuing overview of the Compendium of Catholic Social Doctrine, a book which captures, in one document, the principles of Catholic Social Teaching found in Scripture, documents of the Church's Ecumenical Councils, Papal documents and other documents of the Church. Speakers: Dr. Peter Casarella, CUA and Dr. David Schindler, John Paul II Institute. They will cover Chapters 12 to the conclusion of the Compendium, including social doctrine and ecclesial action, and conclusion for a civilization of love. There will be no charge, but reservations are requested at CAPPDC_3@msn.co m TBA 7:00 pm
11/17/2006 Illuminating the Word: The St. John's Bible Visit the Library of Congress for this exhibit of the first illuminated Bible in 500 years. Commissioned by St. John's University and Abbey in Minnesota, the St. John's Bible is being written and illustrated entirely by had. Approximately 100 large-scale pages will showcase the book's superb contemporary and medieval craftsmanship. It will be on display from October 6 - December 23, 2006. http://www.loc. gov/today/pr/20 06/06-161.html and visit www.saintjohnsb ible.org. Jefferson Building, Library of Congress 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
11/17/2006 Faith and Law Luncheon Speaker: Eric Lokkesmoe. Lunch will be served. RSVP to rsvp@faithandla w.org TBD 12:00 Noon
11/17/2006 Senate Bible Study Led by the Senate Chaplain, Dr. Barry Black. Open to Congressional Members and Staff. Lunch is provided. SD-124 Dirksen Senate Building (unless otherwise noted) 12:00 PM
11/17/2006 Muslim Congregational Service Open to Congressional Members and Staff HC-8 The Capitol 12:30 PM
11/19/2006 Catholic Bible Study "Hammer out the Word" with the Carpenters - St. Joseph's Young Adults. Scripture Study led by the ladies of Madonna House. Ever leave Mass thinking, "Wow, that was a great message. But I have a question." Here's your opportunity! The Carpenters are starting a new program - Sunday School! Every Sunday between the 8:30 am and 10:30 am Mass. 9:15 refreshments 9:30 Scripture Discussion. Bring your bible! Ebenezer Coffee Shop 2nd & F St. NE/after 9/10/06 meet at Madonna House Basement 9:15 am - 10:15 am
02/02/2007 The Eclipse of the Sense of God and Man Speaker: Msgr. Livio Melina - JP2 Institute, Lateran University , Rome. Part of the John Henry Cardinal Newman Lecure Series - God, Religion and Civil Governance, sponsored by the Institute for Psychological Sciences, Arlington VA. Admission is free but reservations are required. 703-416-1441 Cosmos Club - 2121 Massachusetts Ave. NW 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
03/02/2007 That State's Moral Purposes Speaker: Robert P. George, D. Phil. Princeton University. Part of the John Henry Cardinal Newman Lecure Series - God, Religion and Civil Governance, sponsored by the Institute for Psychological Sciences, Arlington VA. Admission is free but reservations are required. 703-416-1441 Cosmos Club - 2121 Massachusetts Ave. NW 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
04/20/2007 Rights and Our "Essential" Nature Speaker: Daniel N. Robinson, Ph.D. Oxford University, Georgetown University. Part of the John Henry Cardinal Newman Lecure Series - God, Religion and Civil Governance, sponsored by the Institute for Psychological Sciences, Arlington VA. Admission is free but reservations are required. 703- 416-1441 Cosmos Club - 2121 Massachusetts Ave. NW 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm



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The Reverend Daniel P. Coughlin, Chaplain, U.S. House of Representatives
HB25 The Capitol - Washington, DC 20515-6655
Phone: (202) 225-2509 - Fax: (202) 226-4928