Monday, November 04, 2019

Upcoming Events with Dom Alcuin Reid and Peter Kwasniewski in Houston, TX

Prince of Peace Catholic Community in Houston, Texas, is hosting Dom Alcuin Reid, OSB, and Dr. Peter Kwasniewski for a Liturgical Conference on Saturday, November 23. Dr. Kwasniewski will also be speaking on Sunday, November 24, at the FSSP parish Regina Caeli.

The schedule for Saturday’s event, An Encounter with the Latin Mass: Exploring Tradition,” is as follows:

9 am – Dom Alcuin Reid, “Praying the Sacred Liturgy”      
10:30 – Dom Alcuin Reid, “Treasures Old and New: Enriching Parish Liturgy Today” (with Q&A)
12 pm – Sung High Mass: Pope St. Clement I
1 pm – Lunch for participants
2 pm – Peter Kwasniewski, “Why the Return of the Latin Mass is Good News”
3 pm – Peter Kwasniewski, “What We Can Learn from Tradition about Active Participation” (with Q&A)
(4:45 – Break for dinner or parish Mass)
6 pm – Panel discussion with Dom Alcuin Reid and Peter Kwasniewski
7 pm – Blessing and Conclusion

The conference will take place at:

Prince of Peace Catholic Community
St Andrew Discipleship Center
19222 Tomball Pkwy
Houston, TX 77070

Dr. Kwasniewski’s lecture on Sunday, November 24, “A Theological Review of the Amazon Synod,” will be held at 12:30 pm at Regina Caeli Parish, 8121 Breen Rd, Houston, TX 77064. This talk will delve into questions of true and false inculturation and the dangers of syncretism and idolatry, the Catholic case for preserving the discipline of mandatory clerical celibacy, and the linguistic equivocations and feminist pressure politics involved in promoting a female “diaconate.” The Q&A promises to be lively.

Posters below for both events.

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