Audio and photos – All Hallows Eve Vespers and Lecture, October 31, 2011

Listen to Father Uwe Michael Lang’s lecture, Art Beauty and the Sacred here:

 

 

Following the lecture, friends of the Society socialized at a reception, enjoying food and drink. A wonderful time was had by all!

 

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS & SPECIAL THANKS
Fr. Walter Wagner, OP, pastor, and the Dominican friars of St. Vincent Ferrer
Fr. Uwe Michael Lang, CO, Celebrant and Lecturer
Fr. Bruno Shah, OP, Assistant
Fr. Michael Barone, Assistant
Mr. Eddy Toribio, Master of Ceremonies
Mr. David Hughes, Director and Organist
Dr. Mark Bani, Director of Music, St. Vincent Ferrer
Mr. Charles Parlato, patron
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Grizzetti, patron
Mr. Mark Froeba, program and patron
Mr. Charles Weaver, music
Mr. Michael Polesny, Doma Café and Wine Bar
Mr. Santo Vicenzino and family
Mr. Joseph T. LaFerlita, Esq. and the law firm of Farrell Fritz, P.C.
Catering courtesy of:
Veronica’s
Italian Regional Cuisine
718-216-9598
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Please join us at the next Society event: an Evening of Recollection for both men and women at Old St. Patrick’s Cathedral, on December the 5th. 

 

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