Immaculata University Hosts The Jeweler’s Shop

Immaculata University and the Archdiocese of Philadelphia will co-host the Theophany Catholic Theatre Company in their performance of "The Jeweler´s Shop: A Meditation on the Sacrament of Matrimony, Passing on Occasion into a Drama," a three-act play about male/female relationships, love, and marriage.
The play, which centers around three couples, their relationships, and their encounters with Christ as they search for fulfillment and happiness, was written by Karol Wojtyla, better known as Pope John Paul II. The company is comprised of graduates of the Pontifical John Paul II Institute for Studies on Marriage and Family in Washington, DC, and funds raised from the performances will help finance the apostolate.
On Friday, October 13, at 8:00 p.m. the performance will take place in Alumnae Hall Theater. No advance tickets will be necessary. The company wishes to make the Pope´s words accessible to all, and will not charge admission; however, free will donations will be accepted and are always appreciated, as they will help the mission.
Please contact the Archdiocese´s Family Life Office at 215-587-5639 for general information. For information on the Theophany Catholic Theatre Company, email producer Christina Strafaci at Theophany_Mail@yahoo.com.
LaSalle University will also be hosting the play on Saturday, October 14 at 8:00 p.m. in the Dan Rodden Theatre. Seating reservations for the LaSalle performance will be available after September 15. For reservations, please call 215-951-1017.
With regards to the upcoming performance, Professor of Theology Sr. Sheila Galligan, IHM, says, "Immaculata University rejoices in this opportunity to celebrate John Paul II´s richly significant reflections on the mystery and meaning of human love."
Immaculata University is a Catholic, coeducational institution located 20 miles west of Philadelphia, between Paoli and Exton, south of the intersection of routes 30 and 352.
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