Rorate Caeli

Book Launches with Dr. Peter Kwasniewski in Warsaw and Krakow, November 25 and 26

When the Polish Ministry of Education invited me to attend a conference on classical liberal education in Warsaw on Tuesday, November 24 and to give there a lecture on the “American experiment” with the Great Books (especially at Thomas Aquinas College, the Pearson Integrated Humanities Program, and Wyoming Catholic College), it so happened that the trip coincided with the release of the Polish editions of two of my books in defense of the Traditional Latin Mass: Noble Beauty, Transcendent Holiness and Reclaiming Our Roman Catholic Birthright.

As a result the publishers have set up book launch events where I will be greetings readers, giving a short talk in English (with a section-by-section Polish translation), and signing books. The information is below. I hope to meet some readers of Rorate Caeli at one or the other event.

Prosimy o przybycie na to wydarzenie, a także o pomoc w rozpowszechnianiu informacji!

Kraków  Thursday, November 25

Launch of Powrót do katolickiego dziedzictwa: Doskonałość i ponadczasowość tradycyjnej mszy łacińskiej [Back to the Catholic patrimony: the perfection and timelessness of the traditional Latin Mass] (Key4)

Title of talk: “Can the Pope Change Our Faith?”
With the participation of journalist Paweł Lisicki
Design Hotel
Starowiślna Street 91, Kraków
5:00 pm
Admission Free   (more info on Facebook event page)

Warsaw  Friday, November 26

Launch of Szlachetne Piękno, Transcendtna świętość liturgii: Dlaczego epoka nowoczesności potrzebuje Mszy Wszechczasów? [Noble beauty, transcendent holiness of the liturgy: why the modern age needs an ageless Mass] (Dębogóra Editions)

Title of talk: “The Role of Tradition in Catholic Life”
AMICUS Pilgrim House
Hozjusza 2, Warsaw 01-565
near St. Stanislaus Kostka Church (Sanctuary of Blessed Jerzy Popiełuszko)
6:00 pm
Admission Free   (More info on Facebook event page)

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