Commemoration of the 25th anniversary of the pontificate of John Paul II at the University of the Andes
In the presence of Cardinal Francisco Javier Errazuriz, Archbishop of Santiago, and Archbishop Aldo Cavalli, Apostolic Nuncio of His Holiness in Chile, a seminar to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the pontificate of Pope John Paul II was held at the University of the Andes. The inaugural address “From Karol Wojtyla to John Paul II: a Story in Three Voices,” was presented by Enrique Brahm, a jurist and historian, director of studies in the School of Law at the University of the Andes; by Consuelo Toro, a journalist and member of the board of the School of Communications; and by Cristobal Orrego, a lawyer and professor in the School of Law. Following this there were four round tables: “Service to the human person” (public life); “Builders of society” (culture and economy); “Be what you are” (the family); and “Look to Christ” (youth). The meeting ended with remarks by the Cardinal Archbishop of Santiago.
Romana, n. 37, July-December 2003, p. 72.