His Excellency The Most Reverend William E. Lori, 16th Archbishop of Baltimore, will be invested as an Honorary Patron of the Bethlehem University Foundation, during the December 1st reception at his residence in Baltimore.

The Board of Directors of the Foundation appointed Archbishop Lori as a Patron in appreciation of his service to the Foundation and his ministry on behalf of the Christian communities in the Holy Land.

Archbishop Lori is hosting a reception in support of the Bethlehem University Foundation at the Residence of the Archbishop of Baltimore on the 1st of December 2018, starting at 6:30pm. Archbishop Lori will celebrate the 5:30pm Vigil Mass at the adjoining Basilica of the Assumption in prayer for the Christians of the Holy Land. All are invited to attend the Mass and members of the Order of the Holy Sepulchre are encouraged to vest. Click here to register for the reception .

The Patrons of the Bethlehem University Foundation are individuals or couples who make a qualifying gift to the Patrons Endowment. By their generosity, the members of this giving society invest themselves into the work of the Foundation in its sole mission of supporting and promoting Bethlehem University.  

Honorary Patrons of the Bethlehem University Foundation are appointed by resolution of the Board in recognition for their extraordinary support of the Foundation. Archbishop Lori will be counted among the three other Honorary Patrons of the Foundation: The Most Reverend Bernardito Auza, Papal Nuncio and Permanent Observer of the Holy See to the United Nations; the Most Reverend Christophe Pierre, Apostolic Nuncio to the United States; and Brother Joseph Loewenstein, FSC, former President and Vice Chancellor of Bethlehem University.

The Foundation is greatly honored to have Archbishop Lori listed among the Patrons. If you would like to attend the reception and congratulate Archbishop Lori while also supporting Christian Education in the Holy Land, click here to register . Space is limited!
About Bethlehem University:
Jointly founded by the Vatican and the De La Salle Christian Brothers, Bethlehem University annually enrolls more than 3,200 students in bachelor, master, and professional diploma programs. A Catholic co-educational institution, the University is the only Catholic/Christian university in the Holy Land. The University's mission is to provide quality higher education to the people of the Holy Land and to serve them in its role as a center for the advancement, sharing, and use of knowledge.

About Bethlehem University Foundation:
The Bethlehem University Foundation is the U.S. registered not-for-profit organization entrusted with the sole mission of supporting and promoting Bethlehem University. The Foundation is a means for United States citizens to make a tax deductible donation in support of Bethlehem University.

To learn more about the Foundation, visit  www.bufusa.org   
or like the Foundation's Facebook page " Bethlehem University Foundation "