17th Annual
LENTEN SPEAKER SERIES
Four Wednesdays during Lent
  • Mass: 5:45 p.m.
  • Light, meatless pasta dinner: 6:30 p.m.
  • Featured presentation: 7:15 p.m.
  • Questions & answers ending at 8:30 p.m.;
    book sale immediately following
 
Holy Rosary Catholic Church
600 block of S. East St., Indianapolis
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
SUGGESTED DONATION $7
RESERVATIONS REQUESTED
Call no later than 5 p.m. Monday
prior to each seminar: (317) 636-4478
or register below
One Step Away
During Lent, we focus on Christ's Cross. But when we face our own, can we embrace them? In this talk, Patty shares the true story of a time she found herself "one step away" from eternity. A lifelong Catholic, she is an award-winning speaker and writer as well as housewife and mother of three. The bishop of Bismarck, ND, sent a copy of one of her books to every household in his diocese in 2007, and she hosted a radio show, "Ask the Archbishop," with Raymond Cardinal Burke when he was archbishop of St. Louis.
   
Is There Really Catholic Divorce?
The Current Canonical Status of Marriage
Ordained in 2008, Fr. Newton currently serves as the vicar judicial of the Metropolitan Tribunal of the Archdiocese of Indianapolis and assists with the formation of seminarians at Bishop Simon Bruté College Seminary in Indianapolis. He also is a familiar face to those who have been attending daily morning Mass - and enjoying his homilies - at Holy Rosary over the last few years.
Did Jesus Really Rise from the Dead?
How to Use Reason & Evidence to Make
a Case for the Resurrection of Jesus
A former Holy Rosary parishioner, Dr. Sullivan now lives in Texas and heads Classical Theist, a company which educates and encourages fellow Christians on their journey to Christ by making the great intellectual patrimony of Catholic tradition easily accessible through modern media. He holds a Ph.D. in philosophy from the University of St. Thomas in Houston.
   
What do Frank Sinatra, Beethoven and a major scale all have in common? They all happened because of the Catholic Church! The monks and musicians of the Church created the foundations of Western music: scales, harmony and notation. Music as we know it today is "a Catholic thing." Led by director Edward Atkinson, the St. Ambrose Schola Cantorum presents a nar-rated concert spanning 20 centuries of music from the earliest Christians to today - a whirlwind tour of Western music.
Note: This will be an hour-long, narrated concert
presented in the church after the usual dinner.

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