The Inaugural Meeting of the Argument Club for Women

May 6, 2013 by  
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Join us on May 28, 2013, 6:00 – 9:00pm for the Inaugural Meeting of the Argument Club for Women.   The Question:  Do Contraceptives Liberate Women?   Moderator: Dr. Deborah Savage, Co-founder of the Siena Symposium for Women, Family, and Culture.  In the Affirmative: The Rev. Kelli Clement, Executive Director for MN Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice and In the Negative: Dr. Anne Maloney, St. Catherine University.   Doors will open at 6:00pm. The Church of St. Michael in Stillwater will host the event in their Social Hall (611 South 3rd Street, Stillwater).  Fee:  $10.00.  No reservations necessary.  Pay at the door.  Libations and Appetizers at 6:00 and presentation to follow.  For further details, feel free to call the St. Croix Catholic Faith Formation offices at 351-3175.   Click on the following link for a full page flyer :  Do Contraceptives Liberate Women

Our Mission 

Our intention is to journey with women through the questions that they encounter while trying to live an authentically Catholic life. We intend to put forward many of the propositions that our culture promotes and demonstrate how, in the final analysis, it is the Catholic perspective which offers them the answers they seek. Confident in the Church’s vast reservoir of practical wisdom, her brilliant and nuanced philosophical tradition, her right understanding of human dignity, and under the patronage of Saint Joan of Arc, we aim to illuminate our embattled culture with the Light of Christ.

Quick directions:

Go East on Hwy 36.   Once you are approaching Stillwater, turn North on Osgood Ave. N. (a.k.a. 4th Street).  Follow Osgood/4th to Churchill Street.   Take a Right on Churchill, go one block and then take a left on 3rd Street.  St. Michael’s Church will be on your right. St. Michael’s Social Hall is located between St. Croix Catholic School and Church of St. Michael’s. The entrance to the Social Hall is through the Parking lot located behind the school and church.  The parking lot can be accessed from either Willard Street (turn right before the school) or 3rd Street (turn right after passing the church into parking lot).