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New York City Events:

Newman and His Family
Thursday, November 14
Edward Short, author of Newman and His Family , will give a book signing and a talk at 6:30 at the Church of the Holy Family, 315 East 47th Street. Call (212) 419-5370 with questions.

C.S. Lewis: In Memoriam
Saturday, November 23
The Sheen Center and the New York C.S. Lewis Society “will commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of [Lewis’] death with distinguished speakers, panel discussions, a documentary film, much conversation, refreshments, a book table, and dinner.” Here is a full schedule . For more information about the event and registration, visit here .

Elsewhere:

Witness of Boko Haram’s Religious Cleansing in Northern Nigeria
Thursday, November 14
Washington, D.C.: Hudson Institute’s Center for Religious Freedom will “host a panel discussion addressing the ongoing activities of Boko Haram—and necessary steps by the international community to reverse and halt the rising trend of extremist violence this group has come to represent.” Boko Haram is “a Hausa phrase meaning ‘Western education is forbidden.’” Register here.

Mere Anglicanism Conference
Thursday–Saturday, January 23–25, 2014
Charleston, South Carolina: (For readers who plan ahead) Mere Anglicanism is hosting a conference titled “Science, Faith, and Apologetics: An answer for the hope that is within us.” This is an open conference, so all are welcome. Visit here for more information.

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