Events

13th March

Lent at the Rosary Shrine

There is a wealth of liturgies and events on offer at the Rosary Shrine this Lent; chances to feed the intellect, grow in devotion, and deepen your faith. We list them here in chronological order:

14 February: Ash Wednesday, Masses usual times (7:30am, 10am, 6pm) with imposition of ashes at all Masses.

Wednesdays & Fridays in Lent: Stations of the Cross at 5:15pm.

17 February: Lent Recollection led by Deacon Richard Steenvoorde OP, a Dominican of the Dutch Province, the first to be ordained in 20 years. The recollection begins with Mass at 10am, followed by Adoration, a short talk and Rosary, ending before noon.

20 February: Lent Talk I – ‘The Son’s Course: What is God like and how do we know?’ by Fr Nicholas Crowe OP at 7:30pm in the Parish Hall (Blackfriars Hall).

24 February: Concert in the Church lit by candlelight at 7:30pm. Biber’s ‘Rosary Sonatas – The Sorrowful Mysteries, performed by Nicolette Moonen on violin and Pawel Siwczak on chamber organ. Tickets available from the Repository, or online, or on the door.

27 February: Lent Talk II – ‘The Pain of Christ and the Sorrow of God’ by Br Jordan Scott OP at 7:30pm in the Parish Hall (Blackfriars Hall).

6 March: Thomistic Institute LaunchFr Thomas Joseph White OP from Washington DC will give a talk entitled ‘The Light of Christ: the Promise of Catholicism in the 21st Century’. This talk will be based on bestselling book ‘The Light of Christ: An Introduction to Catholicism’, which aims to bring the Catholic faith into dialogue with the questions of contemporary thinkers. Does Catholicism still matter today? Come and listen, and ask a question; join the conversation! The talk will be at 7:30pm in the Parish Hall (Blackfriars Hall). The talk will be recorded by EWTN. Tickets are not needed, all are welcome.

13 March: Lent Talk III – ‘Friendship as a Way of Prayer: Gerald Vann’s ‘To Heaven With Diana” by Fr Dominic White OP at 7:30pm in the Parish Hall (Blackfriars Hall).

16 March: Rosary Shrine Lecture – Dr Scott Hahn from the University of Steubenville, Ohio will deliver the inaugural Rosary Shrine Lecture in the Church at 7:30pm. The talk will be recorded by EWTN, and tickets (£5 each) are available online. Please note that a ticket is necessary for admission to this talk.

 

16th March

Scott Hahn Lecture

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.

Friday 16th March 2018 at 7:30pm in the Rosary Shrine church.

Tickets £5 available online. Click here to book.

***UPDATE*** Due to unavoidable circumstances, we have moved this event to 16 March 2018. If you have booked and are unable to make the new date, please click on the link in the email you received from EventBrite to view and cancel your order, or email development.director@english.op.org.

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