Symposia and Lecture - 2005
Listen to the 2005 McBride Lecture
|Kathleen Norris||Convocation 2005|
|Kathleen Norris||McBride Lecture 2005|
Kathleen Norris, best-selling author, delivered the inagural 2005 McBride Lecture for Faith and Literature.
Among Norris’s works are The New York Times bestsellers The Cloister Walk, Dakota: A Spiritual Geography, Amazing Grace, A Vocabulary of Faith, and The Virgin of Bennington. She has also published seven books of poetry.
The McBride Center for Faith and Literature was established in 2004 to honor Dr. Bailey B. McBride and his wife, Joyce, for their many years of service to Oklahoma Christian University. In addition to bringing noted authors and speakers to the campus, the McBride Center’s goals are to offer scholarships, sponsor symposia and support the strengthening of faith and enjoyment of literature on the OC campus.
According to The San Francisco Sunday Examiner & Chronicle, Norris is “One of the most eloquent yet earthbound spiritual writers of our time.” The New York Times Book Review said, “Norris … is one of history’s writing pilgrims but also a contemporary American one, boldly willing to forsake any number of cultural fads, trends and preoccupations in favor … [of a] searching expedition within herself…”
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