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Friday, October 25, 2013

Connecticut Catholic Events

A men's trio that performs medieval sacred music, Trio Triumvirum, are pleased to be the "recital" portion of a recital and lecture to be held at Our Lady Queen of Apostles Chapel, at Holy Apostles Seminary, 33 Prospect Hill Rd., Cromwell, CT.

The event is free, and begins at 6pm on Wednesday, November 6 with the trio; Father Paul Check will give a lecture following the recital.

For more details, see the attached flyer.  (I can also send you a high-res version for printing, if you'd like.)  To hear clips of the trio, click  here (Preview or  here (Preview.

This is the first time Trio Triumvirum will perform for a bioethics conference(!), but that music is a great manifestation of the beauty of humanity and truth, the same humanity and truth which bioethics also serves.

Stay for the lecture by Fr Check, "Clarity & Charity: Catholic Church and Homosexuality." Father Check is a priest of the Diocese of Bridgeport.

A reception follows.


6th Annual Connecticut Catholic Men's Conference
October 26, 2013

Join Dr. Bryan Thatcher, founder and director of the Eucharistic Apostles of The Divine Mercy, as he speaks on the Real Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist, the message of Divine Mercy as a “Way of Life," and his personal conversion.

No Fee for clergy.

Standard ticket $35: For all non-clergy, 20 years of age or older. Includes box lunch.

Teen ticket $25: Youths between 13 and 19 years of age. Includes box lunch.

Exhibitor registration $250: Includes two tickets each with a box lunch.

Goodwin College, River Campus
One Riverside Drive
East Hartford, Connecticut 06118

Phone: 860-739-4607

For more information, please visit

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