The Caroline Chisholm Library community warmly congratulates Robert J Stove for his performance CD “The Gates of Vienna: Baroque Organ Music from the Habsburg Empire”. The CD will be launched at 6 pm on July 11th at the Library.
John Young's Tuesday Course on Catholic Doctrine classes have resumed. This theology course, based on Father John Hardon's book The Catholic Catechism (available in the Library), is on each first and third Tuesday nights of each month, from 6:15 PM till 7:15 PM.
"When England returns to Walsingham, Our Lady will return to England" - Pope Leo XIII.
Penny Renner will recount her four-day walking pilgrimage across Norfolk to the Shrine of Our Lady at Walsingham, from King's Lynn through the Sandringham woods, via a ruined castle, an Anglo-Saxon burial mound, nettle-choked lanes and a host of tiny country churches that gave shelter from the changing weather.
On Thursday 21 September, Rob Stove will present on the life and music of Sir Charles Villiers Stanford (1852-1924). Born in Dublin but mostly resident in London and Cambridge, Sir Charles just might be the best late-Romantic composer whom you haven’t yet encountered.
Hard on the heels of his successful course on the philosophy of St Thomas Aquinas, John Young is launching a course on the theology of Catholic doctrine, starting on 5 September.
This final lecture from John Young's philosophy course will start with a look at the philosophy of original sin. The course will then conclude with a discussion about the relevance of philosophy.
This Tuesday, the philosophy course will look at the relationship between philosophy and faith. How does faith seek understanding, and what role can philosophy play in making us better Christians?
How do we know right from wrong? The Philosophy Course continues next Tuesday night, and will deal with moral philosophy, including the natural moral law and its application to current moral problems.
This Tuesday night, John Young's Philosophy Course will look at the theological, philosophical and scientific implications of the theory of evolution.
John Young's philosophy class continues by looking at how God acts in the world, as Creator of all things. He is intimately present to all things at all times, and keeps them in being from moment to moment.
We will also discuss the question of evil: how can the existence of such an infinitely good and powerful God be compatible with the existence of evil?
John Young's philosophy course continues with another lecture this Tuesday on the existence of God.