2014 Hesburgh Alumni Lecture
Rev. David T. Link
Thursday, April 24
University’s Office of the Chaplains, in partnership with the Notre Dame Club
of the Western Carolinas and the university’s Catholic Campus Ministry, is
pleased to host the 2014 Hesburgh Alumni Lecture on Thursday, April 24, at 7:00
p.m. in the Daniel Memorial Chapel at Furman University.
Our guest lecturer, Rev. David T. Link, whose presentation
is entitled “Serving the Least, the
Last, and Lost, and the Lonely,” has a unique and compelling story.
In 2003, with the death of
his beloved wife, Barbara, Link attended a Roman Catholic seminary and became a
priest-widower with five children and 13 grandchildren.
A book by writer Maura
Poston Zagrans, “Camerado, I Give You My
Hand: How a Powerful Lawyer-Turned-Priest
is Changing the Lives of Men Behind
Bars,” describes Link’s ministry since he became a priest at the age of
71. A search on the Amazon website under
Camerado will reveal a brief video introducing the book and David
A reception hosted by the Catholic Campus Ministry follows the lecture in the Bryan Garden Room.
For more information, please contact Susan Bennett, email@example.com, or 864 294-2133.