332 Cathedral of Learning
Discussion led by Kate Cornelius
One day, in 1920s Algeria, a Rabbi finds that his daughter's cat ate his talking parrot and gained the power of speech. Worried that the sharp-tongued feline is a bad influence, he prohibits the cat from seeing her. The cat decides to convert to Judaism in order to prove himself.
More about the series: Once a month, Spectacles invites religious studies, cultural studies, and film studies enthusiasts to join together and watch a movie with religious themes. Afterwards, religious studies majors will lead an open discussion about the movie. There will be pizza, snacks, and beverages as well!