Join us for a discussion on the dangers of assisted suicide and its implication for society at large.
Dr. Susan Windley-Daoust, Ph.D., is an enthusiastic lay Catholic theologian: married, mother to five, a spiritual director, and assistant professor of Theology at Saint Mary's University of Minnesota. She has been teaching undergraduates, graduate students, and lay ministers for over 15 years. She also has been very involved in the life of her parishes and the local Catholic Worker community.
Becky's music is original, drawing on the influence of classic country, bluegrass, folk, and her own thoughtful spirit. Becky’s incredible voice floats, whispers then soars above music of the highest quality. She takes her listeners on a musical journey, exploring new places and meeting new people in every song.
Banjo player Heath Loy enjoyed growing up in a “bluegrass music household.” Heath’s fiddle playing father, Bob Loy, owned a music store in Rochester and was one of the founders of the Minnesota Bluegrass Music Association. Heath’s playing is rich with the styles of J D. Crowe, Earl Scruggs, and Ralph Stanley.