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January 24

Institute of Catholic Culture Lecture by: John Pepino, Ph.D THE END OF CIVILIZATION? Boethius and the Collapse of the Roman Empire Four years after the deposition of the last Emperor of Rome, at the beginning of the so-called "Dark Ages," a Christian philosopher was born whose writings would greatly influence Christendom for a thousand years: Boethius. What twilight world did Boethius inhabit, between Roman light and barbarian darkness? What resources did he have to confront his misfortunes? Join us to discuss this too-often neglected chapter of Western history. Event Details: Tuesday, January 24, Pre-Class Discussion: 7:30 PM EST and Lecture: 8:00 PM EST. Registration is required at:

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