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MMMarch 19, 2004 • Volume 26, No. 6

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Greek Orthodox Archbishop
Inaugurates Lecture Series

Nearly 400 people from diverse ethnic and religious backgrounds packed the McGinley Center Ballroom recently for a lecture on the Greek Orthodox faith in America. Archbishop Demetrios Trakatellis of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America described orthodoxy through the four tenets of language, truth, spirituality and faith.

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Panel Explores the Lives of Playwrights
Samuel Beckett and Edward Albee

Playwright Samuel Beckett didn't make much of an impression on the younger writer, Edward Albee, when the two first met in Paris. But after seeing a Beckett play, Albee was forever changed. That was one of many stories Albee shared during a recent visit to Fordham.

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Cardinal Dulles Offers
Insight on the
Rebirth of Apologetics


As a movement inspired to provide a rational defense of faith, apologetics thrived for many centuries. But it collapsed in the middle of the 20th century for promising more than it could deliver, diluting Christ’s divinity and withdrawing from controversy, according to Avery Cardinal Dulles, S.J., the Laurence J. McGinley Professor of Religion and Society.

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