This Lent the Rosary Shrine at St Dominic’s is hosting a series of Lenten Talks on the Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary. All talks are held in the Parish Hall, and begin at 7:30pm.
given by Fr Nicholas Crowe OP, Vocations Director of the English Dominicans and member of the London Priory
given by Fr Oliver Keenan OP, Doctoral student in theology in the University of Oxford
Fr Matthew Jarvis OP, Student priest at Blackfriars, Oxford
combining the two final mysteries, and given by Fr Aidan Nichols OP,
Subprior of Blackfriars, Cambridge, and member of the Cambridge University Divinity Faculty
Experience the brilliance, beauty and power of the 1610 Vespers of the Blessed Virgin Mary
The world-famous Vespers of the Blessed Virgin Mary by the Italian composer Claudio Monteverdi (1567-1643) will be performed in the Shrine church on Monday 1st May (Bank Holiday) at 7:30pm.
This is the first concert held at the new Rosary Shrine, and, fittingly, is of one of best-known settings of the liturgical texts in honour of Our Lady. It will be performed by early music specialists His Majestys Sagbutts and Cornetts and Camerata of Curiosities, directed by Andrew Knowles.
Tickets are now available from the Repository at St Dominic’s, and also online: standard tickets are £15, or £25 for the front four rows of seating.
We are delighted to welcome the renowned speaker and author Dr Scott Hahn to give our first annual Rosary Shrine Lecture.
Dr Hahn holds the Father Michael Scanlan Chair of Biblical Theology and the New Evangelization at the Franciscan University of Steubenville (Ohio, USA) and has written extensively on the scriptural foundations of Catholic theology, as well as working to advance the new evangelization called for by Pope St John Paul II.
Saturday 21st October 2017 at 7:30pm in the Rosary Shrine church.
Tickets £5 available online. Click here to book.