Trinity Church to host Notre Dame vice president
MICHIGAN CITY — University of Notre Dame Vice President (The Rev. Canon) Hugh R. Page Jr. will be visiting Trinity Episcopal Church, 600 Franklin St., Michigan City on March 31 at 9 a.m.
As guest clergy he will be celebrating Mass and preaching. All those interested in meeting Page are invited to attend a coffee reception following the service.
As a teacher and mentor Page uses methods from the Renaissance to encourage intellectual growth. By any standards Page himself ranks as a 21st Century Renaissance man. In addition to his academic achievements Page is an Episcopal priest, poet, author, photographer, martial artist, and certified tennis teaching professional. If that weren’t enough, on the week-ends he sings and plays harmonica in a popular Michiana blues band called the Oblates of Blues.
His writing and preaching includes the understanding of the African and African American experience through the influence of the Bible in ways that promote justice, equality, and the promotion of human dignity. He is general editor of The Africana Bible: Reading Israel’s Scriptures from Africa and the African Diaspora
Trinity Episcopal Church located in the heart of Michigan City’s Uptown Arts District is an inclusive, Anglo-Catholic parish in the Episcopal Diocese of Northern Indiana. Founded in 1834 the congregation is the oldest continuous community of Christian worship in northern Indiana. Today, Trinity Episcopal Church is a regional center of traditional Episcopal worship, drawing members from a five-county area of Indiana and Michigan.