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The Role of the Heart in Human Life

A lecture by Alice von Hildebrand

7:00 - 8:30 pm, Thursday, March 8

Chester County Historical Society, 225 N High St, West Chester, PA

$10 per person / $15 per couple

Light refreshments included

Pay at the door, but space is limited so please reserve in advance below


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More about the lecture:

We are used to thinking of the intellect and will as our "spiritual part", while the emotions are seen as belonging to our lower nature. Dietrich von Hildebrand has shown convincingly that in religious and human life, the heart is at the center. It is the very core, the very center of the person.

More about the speaker:

Alice von HIldebrand is the widow of the great Catholic philosopher Dietrich von Hildebrand, and Professor Emeritus of Hunter City College of New York.

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