Acclaimed speaker and author Matthew Kelly is presenting as part of the Ann Buenger lecture series

Kelly's topic is "The Best Version of Yourself: A New Paradigm for Education" | October 27, 2009

Matthew Kelly is presenting a talk on Thursday, Oct. 29, at Xavier’s Cintas Center as part of the Ann Buenger Catholic Lecture Series, which provides speakers each year for archdiocesan educators. The acclaimed speaker and New York Times best-selling author is presenting "The Best Version of Yourself: A New Paradigm for Education."

Kelly is internationally known for his motivational presentations. In the last decade, more than 3 million people in 50 countries have attended his programs, seminars and retreats.

Born in Sydney, Australia, Kelly has also written six books and makes appearances on television and radio. His message, “What you become is infinitely more important than what you do or what you have,” is supported by his vision of how to search for meaning in life deeper than the pursuit of pleasure and possessions.

The event is from 4:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m. and is free and open to the public but requires a reservation. To reserve a seat please e-mail your name to Learn more about Kelly at his web site web site.