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New York, New York

Virtue and the Artistic Imagination
Saturday, February 15
Fr. Jospeh Koterski, SJ, of Fordham University will be giving the final lecture in the “The Art of the Beautiful” series presented by the Thomistic Institute and the Catholic Artists Society. As always, the lecture will be followed by sung compline.

An Evening of New Music by Michael Linton
Monday, March 3
French bass-baritone Edwin Crossley-Mercer makes his New York debut in the premiere of Carmina Catulli, a seventeen-movement song cycle on the poems of Catullus. Visit Carnegie Hall’s website to buy tickets.

Yonkers, New York

Family Life Conference
Saturday, March 29
Bringing together many people from the New York Archdiocese and a number of professional speakers, the Family Life Conference takes on pressing issues of human dignity and religious freedom. The conference will take place at St. Joseph’s Seminary. More information can be found here.

Notre Dame, Indiana

Medical Ethics Conference
March 21–23
The Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture, in conjunction with the Notre Dame Alumni Association, is hosting its 29th Annual Medical Ethics Conference at Notre Dame from March 21-23, 2014. Register for the conference here.

New Haven, Connecticut

Ivy League Congress on Faith and Action
March 28–30
The Ivy League Congress on Faith and Action brings together Ivy students and world-class speakers for a weekend of worship and formation. Registration is open until March 20th.

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