Dean W. W. Fenn '84 will give this evening at 7 o'clock in the parlor of Phillips Brooks House the first of his series of Christian Association conferences on "The Parables of Jesus," which he was prevented from giving last Friday by illness. The conferences will be given on Friday evenings to March 6, and each will be three-quarters of an hour in length. "The Parables of Jesus" will be discussed from the standpoint of contemporary history and in their bearing on present-day life. The course will be similar to the one which Dean Fenn gave last year in Phillips Brooks House, and will be identical with a series of Sunday noon talks which he is now giving at the Arlington Street Church, Boston.
Dean Fenn in Brooks House
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