An Evening with Fr. Robert Barron to Support the National Catholic Partnership on Disability
Thursday, April 11, 2013 at 5:30 PM (CDT)
Chicago, United States
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Join with the Honorable Anne Burke, Shirley W. Ryan and other committee members to hear insights from Fr. Robert Barron and learn about the important and expanding mission of NCPD. Dress is business attire.
NCPD was founded upon the Pastoral Statement of U.S. Catholic Bishops on Persons with Disabilities, and works to ensure meaningful participation of persons with disabilities in parishes and dioceses across the United States.
· HON. ANNE BURKE
· SHIRLEY W. RYAN
· RICH DANIELS
· BOB DONOVAN
· JAMES L. CLAUS
· JIM GOODMAN
· BILL GRUSICH
· COL. ROBERT AND WANDA GLITZ
· DEACON TOM AND RITA LAMBERT
· CONNIE RAKITAN
There are several parking facilities in the immediate area of the ADA building:
1. MCA Parking
The American Dental Association is accessible by all forms of public transportation, including 24-hour CTA bus routes, the subway, and elevated trains. The Chicago Avenue bus (route 66) stops in front of the ADA building. The Red Line “El” train (subway) stops approximately ½ mile west of the ADA building on Chicago Ave. Visit www.transitchicago.com and use one of their route planners for more accurate information.
Located in the heart of the Magnificent Mile, the American Dental Association building is one half block from one of the world’s finest shopping streets—Chicago’s own Michigan Avenue. The American Dental Association is accessible by all forms of public transportation, including 24-hour CTA bus routes, the subway, and elevated trains. In addition, there are several parking facilities within walking distance of the building.Our facilities combine technological services and a wide range of amenities to ensure that your event is a success.
For Information on the location of the event,
the American Dental Association's Conference Center,