Live Streaming Archive

Dr. Scott Hahn gave a rousing call to the New Evangelization exclusively to priests and seminarians of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati on May 15, 2016 at the Athenaeum of Ohio, and we were blessed enough to be there and keep it here for your viewing pleasure. The following video presentation contains two talks. You’ll want to fast forward through the break between them which occurs from roughly 1:04 to 1:15. Enjoy!

Cardinal Archbishop of Galveston-Houston and Vice-President of the U.S. Catholic Conference on Bishops, Daniel DiNardo, addressed the Athenaeum community on the subject of the last two synods on the family. The LeBlond Lecture, “Accompanying the Family: Message from the Synods,” was held on April 7, 2016, just two days before Pope Francis issued his post-synodal address. Watch how closely Cardinal DiNardo reflects the pope’s thought.

Most Reverend Joseph E. Kurtz, Archbishop of Louisville and President of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, delivers The Gardner Lecture in Moral Theology, “Inspiring and Accompanying Families in Christ: Reflections on the Synods on the Family,” Wednesday, December 9 in the Bartlett Pastoral Center on the Athenaeum of Ohio/Mount St. Mary’s Seminary of the West Campus.

On March 11, 2015, Cardinal Oscar Andres Rodriguez Maradiaga, SDB, Chairman of the Council of Cardinals advising Pope Francis,presented “The Joy of Consecrated Life: New Wine in New Wineskins” in the Bartlett Pastoral Center at the Athenaeum. View his joy-filled presentation here.

A capacity crowd of permanent deacons was on hand for Fr. Shawn McKnight’s series of talks on the Identity of the Deacon on St. Valentine’s Day, 2015 at the Bartlett Pastoral Center on the Athenaeum campus. The first two morning sessions of “Betwixt and Between: The Deacon as Symbol of Communitas and Social Intermediary among the People of God” are below for your viewing pleasure.

A standing room only crowd filled the Bartlett Pastoral Center at the Athenaeum on November 24, 2014 to hear  Fr. Paweł Rytel–Andrianik’s moving address on “Priests and the Jewish People at the Time of the Holocaust in Poland: Reflections in Light of the Newest Research.” Enjoy.

Msgr. Frank Lane enlightened the faithful on the subject of Saint John Paul II’s legacy of ecumenism at Our Lady of the Holy Spirit Center in Cincinnati, OH on October 22, 2014. Watch for yourself below and feel free to share this page with others.

Dr. Stephen Barr presented a very interesting account of the Church’s scientific forays in his talk “Science and Religion: The Myth of Conflict” on October 15, 2014 at the Athenaeum. See the live stream below.

Fr. William Fitzgerald, O. Praem., S.T.L. gave the following address on “The Liturgical Movement from Pope St. Pius X to Pope Francis: An Evaluation” on August 24, 2014 at the Athenaeum of Ohio. The Norbertine priest begins with a detailed history of the liturgy from Leo XIII all the way through Francis, then offers his evaluation. The Q & A session is instructive as well. We hope you enjoy it!

Click below for Msgr. Frank Lane’s third and final address on “The Nature of Secularism and Its Effects on Faith and Culture,” delivered May 4, 2014 at the Bartlett Pastoral Center at the Athenaeum. This one deals specifically with American secularization, its roots and manifestations. We are very grateful to Msgr. Lane for his deep and edifying presentations.

The second installment of Msgr. Lane’s “The Nature of Secularism and Its Effects on Faith and Culture,” presented on April 6, 2014 at the Bartlett Pastoral Center on the Athenaeum campus, is ready for viewing. Here Msgr. Lane speaks on the roots of secularism in the history and thought of William of Ockham and Martin Luther. The last lecture in the series will be given on Sunday, May 4, same time, same place.

The first of three lectures on “The Nature of Secularism and Its Effects on Faith and Culture” was delivered by Msgr. Frank Lane, Spiritual Director of Mount St. Mary’s Seminary of the West at the Athenaeum of Ohio on March 10, 2014 at the Bartlett Pastoral Center. We hope you enjoy it.

Bishop Paprocki was back the following day (February 12, 2014) to deliver the annual LeBlond Lecture at the Athenaeum of Ohio on the subject, “Marriage, Same-Sex Relationships, and the Catholic Church.” The St. James Project was there to capture the standing-room only event. We pray that you find his talk as enlightening and informative as we did.

Most Rev. Thomas Paprocki of the Diocese of Springfield, IL spoke on “Holy Goals: Eight Steps to Connect Sports with God and Faith” at McAuley High School in Cincinnati on February 11, 2014. His talk is helpful for anyone looking to meet goals in the midst of adversity. Have a look-see.

The St. James Project began its live streaming adventures with the George W. Findley Memorial Lecture delivered by Most Rev. Joseph Perry, Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese of Chicago, on November 4, 2013 at the Athenaeum of Ohio.

Since Bishop Perry’s lecture was our first attempt at live streaming, the video isn’t our best, even though it’s quite educational. The first part below begins only after the inaudible portion was deleted. The second part has better sound quality.

“Father Augustus Tolton: From Slave to Priest to Saint” – Part One:

“Father Augustus Tolton: From Slave to Priest to Saint” – Part Two:

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