Wednesday, October 08, 2008

Prof. Christopher Wolfe Honored By “Red Mass”

Our former colleague Christopher Wolfe left quite a legacy at Marquette, and indeed around the nation, both in terms of the books he wrote (one of which made Judge Robert Bork’s list of the “Top books on the Constitution”) and in terms of the students he has trained.

He is now being honored by a “Red Mass” and given the “2008 Faithful Servant Award” by the St. Thomas More Lawyers Society.

A “Red Mass,” by the way, is not a mass for Communists. It’s worse than that. It’s a mass for lawyers.

Here is the basic information.

October 30, 2008

Procession of Judges—5:55 pm
Mass—6 pm
Reception & Dinner, The University
Club—immediately following Mass

Cathedral of
St. John the Evangelist
812 North Jackson Street

The University Club
924 East Wells Street
(complimentary parking available)

Wolfe’s students, colleagues, friends and people who merely know about him and his service will want to attend.

Here is the reservation form. You need to respond by October 23.

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