"VATICAN II: 50 Years Later"
Fr. Joseph Komonchak
Professor Emeritus of the School of Theology,
The Catholic University of America
If you missed the lecture, watch it here.
Fifty years ago, on October 11, 1962, Pope John XXIII opened the twenty-first Ecumenical (or universal) Council in the Church's history. Ever wonder what Vatican II was all about? Why it was called? Who attended? What was accomplished? And how its various documents not only revived and redirected the Church's thinking about both the Liturgy and its dogmatic constitution, but also how the Church views and engages the modern world? In this golden anniversary year of Vatican II, make plans now to attend this very special public lecture by one of the most highly regarded historians of Vatican II.
All are invited to attend this public lecture, which will begin at 3:30pm on Saturday, Nov. 17 at St. Thomas Aquinas University Parish, located at 401 Alderman Road.