Monday, October 7, 2019

Anti-Catholicism in the United States


This month's presentation will focus on the history of anti-Catholicism in the United States. Special attention will be given to modern anti-Catholicism from the Progressive era to the present. The lecture will also address the Catholic Anti-Catholicism of Catholic politicians and the cultural elite.



October 10, 2019
Vespers at 6:30, lecture to follow
All are welcome
Bring a friend.

We meet at the CNY Marian Center, 5180 W. Taft Rd., Liverpool, NY.


Tuesday, September 10, 2019

September Fraternity Meeting

Our Monthly Meeting, Sept 15, 2019, at
Central New York Marian Center, 5180 W. Taft Rd, Liverpool, NY
Rosary at 1:30
Followed by Signs of the Times
Mary Kay Welgoss will give a presentation on St. Thomas More
We close by singing Vespers at 4:00

Inquirers and guests welcome

The History of the Catholic Church in the United States Part II

This month's presentation will be an overview of Part II of the History of the Catholic Church in the United States. The course will continue to examine the history of the Catholicism in the nineteenth century. This series of lectures will also include the impact of the Order of Preachers on nineteenth-century Church history. Additionally, participants will be introduced to the history of the Catholic Church in New York State, including central New York.

Sept 12, 2019
Vespers at 6:30, lecture to follow
All are welcome
Bring a friend.

We meet at the CNY Marian Center, 5180 W. Taft Rd., Liverpool, NY.

Wednesday, July 3, 2019

The Nativist Movement in the United States



Antipathy toward Catholics in the United States in the nineteenth century was manifested in the Nativist movement of the 1830's and 1840's and the Know Nothing Party of the 1850's. 

The lecture will examine the origin of Nativism. 

It will also focus on the violent attacks against the Ursuline convent in Charleston, Massachusetts in 1834 and the Bible Riots in Philadelphia in 1844.

Where? Central New York Marian Center
When? July 11, 2109.  Prayer at 6:30, Lecture at 6:45


Our President, Dick Fitzgerald, will deliver the lecture.


Monday, June 10, 2019

The History of the Catholic Church in the United States in the Early Nineteenth Century

June 13

The presentation will begin with an overview of the life of St. Elizabeth Ann Seaton--focusing on her conversion and work for the Church. 

The class will then explore the significant impact of Catholic voters during the period from the election of Thomas Jefferson in 1800 through the administration of Andrew Jackson.

Prayer: Liturgy of the Hours-6:30 PM

Presentation: 6:45 PM


Where?
Central New York Marian Center

Monday, April 8, 2019

April Meeting

Due to Easter falling on the third Sunday of April this year, our monthly chapter meeting has been moved to the second Sunday, April 14

Friday, April 5, 2019

The Glorious Revolution and the Development of Catholic Political Philosophy

On Thursday evening, April 11 2019, at the Syracuse Marian Center, Mr. Richard Fitzgerald O.P. will resume his class on the History of the Catholic Church in the United States. The meeting will begin with prayer at 6:30 PM followed by the lecture described below.

The Glorious Revolution and the Development of Catholic Political Philosophy

This months presentation will focus on the Glorious Revolution of 1688-1689, which unleashed widespread persecution of Catholics in the British North American colonies. Chapels were closed, the celebration of Mass and the sacraments were outlawed, and Roman Catholics were denied the right to vote and hold political office.

The lecture will also explore the Catholic response to this oppression. Roman Catholics in the colony of Maryland developed a Catholic counter-revolutionary society and a political philosophy based upon the writings of St. Thomas Aquinas, Francisco Suarez, Juan de Mariana and Catholic Natural Law Doctrine. This school of thought formed the foundation of Catholic political philosophy during the American Revolution.