The Conscience Monologues


Women’s Stories of Conscience in the Catholic Church

Date – Sunday, June 25

Time – 2 p.m.

Location – Piper Hall, Loyola University, 970 W. Sheridan Road, Chicago

Parking entrance at 1032 W. Sheridan

8th Day Center for Justice invited women to share their stories of conscience within the Catholic Church, using the following definition of conscience: “The still small voice within each person, a soul voice that speaks from our essence and guides our lives.” These stories were transformed into The Conscience Monologues to lift up the voices and experiences of Catholic women.

Doors open at 1:30 p.m.

A question and answer session with light refreshments will follow the one-hour performance

Suggested Donations: $10-$50

Your gift covers payment to our actors and a donation to 8th Day Center.

Reservations are required due to a 50-person capacity.

Contact Mary Ellen at 31-641-5151 Ext. 112 or



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Events: Check out a list of ongoing events the center takes part in

Centerings: The alternative magazine the center publishes. To receive Centerings, contact Jill Landrith (

Solidarity Statements: Read some of the statements the center has produced

Young Adult Council: Read more about how the center is engaging youth

Contact: A list of contact information for the center


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