Great  Works Club
  • Do you have some classics on your book shelf you’ve been meaning to read, but just can’t seem to find the time?
  • Would you like to revisit something that you read as a student many years ago?
  • Is there a work of literature you’ve been avoiding because you’re afraid to approach it alone?
  • Do you like discussing great works of theology, philosophy, or literature with other people?????

Maybe you would be interested in joining the Great Works Club. Started many years ago as the “Pacific Beach Academy of Philosophy” by a group of young adults from St. Brigid’s parish, this group is being revived after a few years’ hiatus and will now include adults of all ages from any parish.

We meet monthly on a Sunday evening to discuss a great work of theology, philosophy, or literature. Past meetings have included discussions on readings as varied as Augustine’s Confessions, Don Quixote, Dante’s Divine Comedy, Pride and Prejudice, The Federalist Papers, and Victor Frankl’s “Man’s Search for Meaning.”

To join us, contact Rochelle at!