The Parable of the Good Samaritan (Lk 10:25-37) is one of the
most familiar in biblical literature. The story arises as the
answer to a question posed to Jesus: “Who is my neighbour?”; but
that question emerges within the larger issue of achieving eternal
life. In this session, we will reflect upon the meaning of
this wonderful parable as suggested by its context and the
promptings of our own hearts. There is much for us to discuss and
learn as we allow this message to be addressed to us.
Sept 13, 2010
Kiernan Suite, Kelleher Center
Staten Island Campus
All are welcome.
If you are interested in attending this session, or want more
information, kindly RSVP to Sue Scacalossi, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fr. Patrick J. Griffin, C.M., Executive Vice President for
Mission and Branch Campuses at St. John’s University, has a Ph.D.
in Biblical Studies (1984) from The Catholic University of America
and has taught Scripture at several universities and
seminaries. Most recently, he has been a Professor at the
Seminary of the Immaculate Conception in Huntington, Long