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Roman Forum lectures in New York

I've been asked to advertise these lectures, which have been organised by the Roman Forum (founded by Dietrich von Hildebrand) for many years. This season look interesting as ever. Even in the age of blogs, there's nothing like hearing ideas set out directly by a human being and being able to ask questions and meet other audience members. The lectures are organised by Dr John Rao.

They take place in the Church Hall of University Church of St. Joseph, 371 Sixth Avenue
New York, N.Y.
The entrance to the Church Hall is on Washington Place, south of Waverly Place.
Subway: A, B, C, D, E, F, V to West 4th Street. Wheelchair accessible.
Click on the link for more details.

War in Heaven and the City of Man
Laying the Groundwork for a Garden of Earthly Delights, 1629-1689

Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam
Sanctifying, Expanding & Defending the Meaning of Catholic Christendom

The Tyranny of Words — Or the Triumph of the Word?: Two Conflicting Visions of the Meaning of the Incarnation
(1517–1563)
Fervent Catholics on a Ship of Fools: From the Fall of Constantinople to the Reuchlinstreit
(1453–1517)

Division, Despair & the Torturous Road to Recovery: From the Western Schism to the Fall of Constantinople
(1378–1453)

Counterattack! Primal Assaults on the Medieval Catholic Synthesis
(1270–1378)

“When Values Descended Upon the Earth”: Transformation in Christ and the Birth of the Lay Spirit
(1153–1268)

“Binding the Rhinoceros”: Medieval Catholic Reform and the Taming of Nature
(1025–1153)

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