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Dead Man Walking

Amber Hemmerle
7-9 p.m., Thursday March 27 | $10.

Mother of Mercy High School in collaboration with McAuley High School and College of Mount St. Joseph will perform Dead Man Walking. Rooted in the experiences of Sr. Helen Prejean, Dead Man Walking is a moving story of a death row inmate and his relationship with his spiritual advisor.



Where: College of Mount St. Joseph
Phone: 513-244-4200
Address: 5701 Delhi Road
Website: http://www.msj.edu/news/details/schools-collaborate-to-perform-dead-man-walking

College of Mount St. Joseph

5701 Delhi Road
Delhi, Ohio
45233
 
A private, Catholic liberal arts college providing an undergraduate and graduate education in a smaller, personal environment.
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