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24th Annual Lenten Lecture Series

University of St. Thomas (Houston)

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Houston, TX

24th Annual Lenten Lecture Series

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This is the first 2013 Lenten Lecture in the series. Topics on "Vatican II: Yesterday and Today" will be presented every Wednesday in Lent.


February 13
Cullen Hall
Sr. Paula Jean Miller, FSE
“Synod 2012: Through the Lens of Vatican II”
February 20
Jones Hall
Cardinal Daniel DiNardo
“Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy”

February 27
Cullen Hall
Dr. John Hittinger
“John Paul II on the Task of the ‘Enrichment of Faith’ in Light of Vatican II”
March 6
Cullen Hall
Dr. Steven Meyer
“Vatican II: The Church and the Laity”

March 13
Anderson Hall, Room 103
Msgr. Jeffrey Steenson
“Has Pope Benedict Reinterpreted the Ecumenical Vision of Vatican II?”

March 20
Cullen Hall
Dr. Charles Sommer
“Word of God in Human Words: Biblical Interpretation From Vatican II to Benedict XVI”

For 24 years Wednesdays in Lent have been highlighted by a series of lectures at the University of St. Thomas. The series has covered a wide range of topics important to Catholic life. This year's theme, "Vatican II: Yesterday and Today," is important to an enrichment in understanding the many facets of the Catholic faith. It is hoped that members of the community will avail themselves of this opportunity for personal growth in the building of the Lord's Kingdom.

Have questions about 24th Annual Lenten Lecture Series? Contact University of St. Thomas (Houston)


University of St. Thomas- Cullen Hall
4001 Mt. Vernon
Houston, TX 77006

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