POTOMAC FALLS, VA — The Institute of Catholic Culture in Virginia to present a lecture on the Armenian Genocide titled “The Armenian Death March & the Formation of the Modern Middle East” on Sunday, August 24, 2014 at 6 p.m. at Our Lady of Hope Church Hall (46639 Algonkian Pkwy, Potomac Falls (Sterling), VA 20165)
The lecture will be presented by Prof. Rafael A. Madan, J.D. the subject is pertaining to the events of the Armenian Genocide (1915-1918) and political developments in the Middle East after that period.
The Institute of Catholic Culture was founded in Northern Virginia in 2006 by Rev. Franklyn McAfee,.T.D., and Deacon Sabatino Carnazzo, M.A., as an educational outreach project. From its inception, the Institute has offered weekly seminars in Catholic history, philosophy and theology, with a strong emphasis on the study of Sacred Scripture. The lecturers (historians, philosophers, theologians, literary scholars etc.) both clergy and lay provide different but enriching experiences through their weekly presentations throughout the year.