Archbishop Desmond Tutu is Coming to Villanova

Posted by on September 24, 2004

Archbishop Desmond Tutu is coming to Villanova on Wed., Oct. 6 at 7:30 p.m. and is speaking in the Pavilion. Tickets are $10 to students and seniors and $15 to all others. They’ll be on sale at the door, but you can get group sales by emailing: or calling 610-519-4210.

Villanova University, Pavilion
Wednesday, October 6, 2004
7:30 p.m.

2004 Recipient
A. Dwyer/St. Thomas of Villanova Peace Award

?I am human because you are human. My humanity is caught in yours and if you are dehumanized, I am dehumanized, and anger and resentment and retribution are corrosive of this great good, the harmony that has got to exist between people.?
– No Future Without Forgiveness
– Desmond Tutu

TICKETS: Villanova University & Sponsoring Institutions:
$5 students, $10 faculty & staff
ALL OTHERS: $15 (students & senior citizens $10)
For more information and tickets, call: 610-519-4210
or visit
Major Sponsors:
Villanova University: Campus Activities Team, College of Engineering, Villanova Experience Program
Contributing Sponsors: *St. Joseph?s University
Villanova University: Center for Peace & Justice Education, Department of History/Africana Studies
Sponsors: *Cabrini College, *Chestnut Hill College, *Eastern University,
*Haverford College Center for Peace & Global Citizenship,*Immaculata University,
*LaSalle University, *Neumann College, *Rosemont College,
*Swarthmore College Lang Center for Civic & Social Responsibility
Villanova University: Alumni Association, Campus Ministry, Center for Multicultural Affairs, College of Nursing,
Core Humanities Program, Department of Athletics, Office of Academic Affairs, Office of Planning & Institutional Research, Office of Mission Effectiveness, Office of the University Vice President, School of Law
*Greater Philadelphia Area Colleges & Universities Peace & Justice Consortium

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