NEW YORK ENCOUNTER 2010 - Words and the “I”: How Literature Helps Us to Judge the World and Our Experience
With Paul Elie, John Waters, and Greg Wolfe
NEW YORK - A unique presentation of C. T. Dreyer’s silent film masterpiece accompanied by the Metro Chamber Orchestra directed by Philip Nuzzo, and the Communion and Liberation Choir directed by Christopher Vath performing Richard Einhorn’s VOICES OF LIGHT.
Featuring Philip Nuzzo and the Metro Chamber Orchestra, and Christopher Vath and the Communion and Liberation Choir
With Lorenzo Albacete, Julián Carrón, and Stanley Hauerwas
NEW YORK ENCOUNTER 2010 - The "Rimini Meeting": An Extraordinary Example of Faith Lived in the Public Square
NEW YORK - Eyewitness accounts of the largest week-long public cultural Catholic event in the world. The Rimini Meeting for 30 years has sought to create points of contact between experiences and people of different faiths and cultures.
Keynote Speaker: John Sexton, President of New York University, with Brad Gregory, Emilia Guarnieri, Daniel Sulmasy, Joseph Weiler
With Fr. Ian Boyd, Dermot Quinn, Tony Hendra, and the Communion and Liberation Choir under the direction of Christopher Vath
With Fr. Samir Kahlil Samir
With Bernard Scholz, Seth Freeman, Dr. Kimberly Shankman, and Anujeet Sareen
WASHINGTON, D.C. - A discussion of how Dostoevsky uses the point of view of his characters to instigate a sense of our true predicament as sinners, while revealing that we too are not altogether innocent.