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Previous Baronius Lectures

BaroniusSome of the recent Baronius lecturers and their topics have included:

 

2014: Rev. Richard G. Smith, Ph.D., patristics scholar, The Catholic Church of the Poor: Who Says So? Listening to the Voices of the Early Church and the Voice of Pope Francis: An Exercise in Continuity

2013: David Gibson, journalist and papal biographer: Looking Back at Benedict—Looking Forward to Francis: Papal Transitions and Predictions

2012: Bede Bidlack, professor of theology at St Anselm’s College (NH): Revisiting The Thought and Wisdom of Teilhard de Chardin

2011: Dr. David Campbell, professor of sociology at The University of Notre Dame: Young Americans: Losing Their Religion

2009: Alfonse Borysewicz, Brooklyn artist and Oratory parishioner: Can You Be a Contemporary Artist and a Practicing Catholic?

Ordination of Fr. Anthony Andreassi, c.o. 1/13/07

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THE MOST REVEREND FRANK CAGGIANO, VICAR BISHOP OF THE DIOCESE OF BROOKLYN (CENTER LEFT – NOW BISHOP[ OF BRIDGEPORT CT) NEWLY ORDAINED FR. ANTHONY ANDREASSI, C.O. (CENTER) FR. MARK LANE, C.O. PASTOR OF ST. BONIFACE PARISH AND THE VERY REV. DENNIS M. CORRADO, PROVOST OF THE BROOKLYN ORATORY (CENTER RIGHT) ALONG WITH CONCELEBRATING PRIESTS AND ASSISTING LITURGICAL MINISTERS GATHER ON THE STEPS OF THE ORATORY PARISH FOLLOWING THE ORDINATION MASS ON SATURDAY JANUARY 13, 2007.

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Bishop Caggiano imposes hands and invokes the Holy Spirit in the essential act of the Ordination Rite.

 

 

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Having been vested in the chasuble and stole, Fr. Anthony presents himself to Bishop Caggiano.

 

 

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Bishop Caggiano, Fr. Anthony and principal con-celebrants during the Eucharistic Prayer.