6th  INTERNATIONAL  SYMPOSIUM  ON

MARIAN  COREDEMPTION

 

MARIAN

Coredemption

in the

EUCHARISTIC Mystery

 

 

2005: THE YEAR OF THE EUCHARIST

 

 

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Wednesday 20th   -  Saturday  23rd  July  2005

 

Worth School, West Sussex, England

 

 

 

 

PROGRAMME

SPEAKERS  AND  CONFERENCES

MUSICAL  EVENTS

A  DAY  WITH  MARY:  SUNDAY  24  JULY  2005 (West Grinstead)

Other  information



DAILY   TIMETABLE

Programme details subject to alteration without notice.

 

Unity Chapel: chapel for the Symposium.  Accessible from the abbey church or via the external entrance by the car park

Coleburt Room: conference and concert room for the symposium

Refectory: this is the school refectory.  It will be used also by a French youth group during the symposium.

Gervase House: our accommodation block.

See enclosed  LOCATION  MAP

 

 


Wednesday  20th July

10.00am         Unity Chapel : Opening ceremonies of the Symposium : Procession of Our Lady of Fatima.  Crowning.  Litany.  Rosary

10.30am         Unity Chapel : Solemn concelebrated Mass, with homily

12.00pm         Coleburt Room : 1st ConferenceOpening Address”, by Fr Peter D. Fehlner, F.I., Chairman of the Symposium

13.15pm         Refectory : lunch, and free time.

  3.00pm         2nd Conference (Coleburt Room)

  3.45pm         Break, with refreshments

  4.00pm         3rd Conference

  4.45pm         Question & Answer session

  5.20pm         Unity Chapel : Exposition, Rosary, Benediction

  6.30pm         Refectory : supper

  8.15pm         Coleburt Room : musical event, details to be announced.

 

Thursday 21st – Friday 22nd

 

  7.00am         Unity Chapel : Exposition, Prayers, Rosary, in Chapel

  8.00am         Refectory: breakfast

  8.30am         Coleburt Room : Open doors to day-delegates and registration

  9.00am         Coleburt Room : 1st Conference

  9.45am         Break, with refreshments

10.15am         2nd Conference

11.00am         Question & Answer Session

12.00am         Unity Chapel : Mass, with homily

13.15pm         Refectory: lunch, and free time.

  3.00pm         Coleburt Room : 3rd Conference

  3.45pm         Break, with refreshments

  4.00pm         4th Conference

  4.45pm         Question & Answer session

  5.20pm         Unity Chapel : Exposition, Rosary, Benediction

  6.30pm         Refectory : supper

  8.15pm         Coleburt Room : musical event, details t.b.a..

Saturday 23rd

  7.00am         Unity Chapel : Exposition, Prayers, Rosary, in Chapel

  8.00am         Refectory : breakfast

  8.30am         Coleburt Room: open doors to day-delegates and registration

  9.00am         1st Conference

  9.45am         Break, with refreshments

10.15am         2nd Conference

11.00am         Question & Answer Session

12.00am         Unity Chapel : Mass, with homily

13.15pm         Refectory : lunch, and free time

  3.00pm         Coleburt Room : Discussion Panel with the speakers

  3.45pm         Break, with refreshments

  4.15pm         Question & Answer session

  4.45pm         Concluding Address

  5.20pm         Unity Chapel : Exposition, Rosary, Benediction

  6.30pm         Refectory : supper, free time

    ---------         No musical event this evening : opportunity for social / free time at the end of the Conference

 

Sunday 24th July

 11.00am – 6.30pm  A  DAY  WITH  MARY in the Church of Our Lady of Consolation and St Francis in West Grinstead (about 20 minutes by DWM chartered coach).  See poster for programme


 

CONFERENCE   PROGRAMME

NOTE: programme subject to change without notice


SPEAKERS  and  CONFERENCES

 

 

 


1.          Fr.  Peter  Maria  Damien  Fehlner,  F.I.:  Chairman of the Symposium:  Opening and Concluding addresses.

 

Fr. Peter, a native of Dolgeville, NY, ordained in Rome in 1957, received the doctorate in Sacred Theology from the Seraphicum in Rome in 1959. For over 40 years he has taught dogmatic theology in various seminaries and university faculties, has written and lectured extensively; especially on things Marian and Franciscan in North America and Europe, for five years was editor of Miles Immaculatae founded by St. Maxiniilian Ma. Kolbe and has been featured on EWTN. Presently he is a member of the General Council of the Franciscans of the Immaculate and a professor of theology in their Institute of Ecclesiastical Studies, the Immaculatum (STIM) in Frigento, Italy.

 

 

2.          Monsignor charles mangan:  “Mary and the Eucharist in St John Fisher”.

 

CV to be advised.

 

 

3.          Fr Archangelo Parrotta:  “The Eucharist and Marian Cooperation according to Gabriele Maria Roschini”.

 

Fr. Parrotta (in religion Fr. Arcangelo) is a priest of the Little Apostles of Mary and presently serving in Switzerland. He recently obtained a doctorate in theology from the Theological Faculty of Lugano, Switzerland, with a thesis (in Italian) on the coredemption according to the well known Servite Mariologist, Fr. Gabriele Ma. Roschini. His book has met with considerable success, having been already reprinted once.

 

 

4.          Mr James Likoudis:The Mariology of Gregory Palamas”.

 

James Likoudis is president emeritus of the international lay association Catholics United for the Faith (CUF) and a well-known author and lecturer on Catechetic, Sex Education, Liturgy, and on Ecumenism with the separated Eastern Orthodox Churches. His translation of a work by French writer Renee Casin was published in 1973 as “St. Thomas Aquinas, Orthodoxy, and Neo-Modernism in the Church”. He co-authored the important volume “The Pope, the Council and the Mass” (1981) in defense of the authentic liturgical reforms of Vatican II.

 

Reconciled to the Catholic Church from Greek Orthodoxy in 1952, he has written “Ending the Byzantine Greek Schism” (2nd revised edition, 1992) and “The Divine Primacy of the Bishop of Rome and Modern Eastern Orthodoxy: Letters to a Greek Orthodox on the Unity of the Church” (2002).  He has edited an English translation of the work of St. Thomas Aquinas: “On Reasons for Our Faith Against the Muslims, Greeks, and Armenians” (2002). In 2002 he received the Blessed Frederick Ozanam Award for Catholic Social Action from the Society of Catholic Social Scientists. Papers on Eastern Orthodox thought concerning the Immaculate Conception of the Mother of God and her role as Coredemptrix were delivered at the 3rd and 4th International Marian Symposia held in England. His Website : WWW.CREDOBUFFALO.COM

 

 

5.          FR  CUTHBERT BROGAN OSB:  “Mary and the Eucharist in the Syrian Fathers”.

 

CV to be advised

 

 

6.          Fr  Timothy  Finigan: “Mary Coredemptrix, the model of liturgical participation”.

 

Fr Finigan was educated at the John Fisher School, Purley and at Corpus Christi College, Oxford where he obtained a first in Philosophy and Psychology.

 

He studied for the priesthood at the English College in Rome and the Gregorian University where he obtained a licence in Sacred Theology, specialising in Patristics and the History of Theology. He also obtained the Diploma in Latin Letters summa cum laude. He was ordained to the priesthood in 1984.

 

Fr Finigan has been a part of the Faith Movement since it was founded in 1972 and was editor of Faith Magazine from September 1991 to 1999. He continues to contribute to the magazine as a member of the editorial board and a trustee of the Faith Keyway Trust.

 

Since his ordination in 1984, he has been in parish work in Camberwell, Sydenham and Thamesmead. He is currently the Parish Priest of Our Lady of the Rosary, Blackfen and Dean of Bexley. He was the Dean of studies for the Permanent Diaconate for ten years from 1989 to 1999. He has extensive experience in education, having worked in many primary and secondary schools as a chaplain and being chair of Governors at various times for six different schools in the Archdiocese of Southwark. He has always been active in youth work both in his parishes and in various residential events run by the Faith Movement.

 

Fr Finigan recently founded the Association of Priests for the Gospel of Life. He is the Convenor of the Southwark Diocesan Internet Working Group. He is a trustee of the Guild of Our Lady of Ransom. He will begin in September 2004 as a part-time lecturer at St John’s Seminary, Wonersh, teaching Sacramental Theology.

 

 

7.          Fr. DONALD CALLOWAY, M.I.C.:  “Coredemption and cosmology: The supra-temporal dimension of Marian Coredemption in the thought of Adrienne von Speyr”.

 

Fr. Donald H. Calloway, M.I.C., a convert to Catholicism, is a member of the Congregation of Marians of the Immaculate Conception.  He has earned a B.A. in Philosophy and Theology from the Franciscan University of Steubenville, Ohio, M.Div. and S.T.B. degrees from the Dominican House of Studies in Washington, D.C., and an S.T.L. in Mariology from the International Marian Research Institute in Dayton, Ohio.  He has written articles for Homiletic & Pastoral Review and Ephemerides Mariologicae.  He is the editor of two Mariological books: The Immaculate Conception in the Life of the Church (Marian Press, 2004); The Virgin Mary and Theology of the Body (Marian Press, 2005).  Currently Fr. Donald is the House Superior of the Marian House of Studies in Steubenville, Ohio.

 

 

8.          MR ROBERT FASTIGGI:  "Mary and the Eucharist in St Louis de Montfortt”.

 

Robert Fastiggi holds a doctorate in historical theology from Fordham University in New York. From 1985-1999, he was a member of the Religious Studies faculty of St. Edward’s University in Austin, Texas. Since 1999, he has been Associate Professor of Systematic Theology at Sacred Heart Major Seminary; Detroit, Michigan, U.S.A. Dr. Fastiggi is the author of one book and over 60 articles and book reviews. He and his wife, Kathleen have been married since 1984 and have three children.

 

 

9.          Mother  MARIA Francesca  Perillo,  F.I.:  “Mary Coredemptrix and the Eucharist in the mystical experience of Saint Veronica Giuliani”.

 

Mother Maria Francesca is Mother General of the Franciscan Sisters of the Immaculate. She has a Licentiate in Theology from the Antonianum in Rome and teaches in the Theological Seminary Immacolata Mediatrice (STIM) of the Franciscans of the Immaculate.

 

 

10.      Fr.  ANDREW WADSWORTH:  “Marian Coredemption in the Divine Comedy ”.

 

Educated by the Marist Brothers at St. Chad’s College, Wolverhampton. His initial studies in music led to undergraduate and postgraduate degrees at Trinity College of Music and the Royal Academy of Music. After a spell as a teacher and free-lance professional musician, he offered himself as a candidate for the priesthood to the Archdiocese of Westminster. His studies for priesthood were at Allen Hall, the Westminster Diocesan Seminary. He holds a licence in Theology with a specialisation in Biblical Theology from the Pontifical University of Maynooth. Fr.Andrew was ordained a priest by Cardinal Hume at Westminster Cathedral on September 30th 1990. As a priest, he has worked as chaplain to St.Mary’s Hosptital, Paddington and the Royal Academy of Music as well as the parishes of Camden Town, Marylebone and St.James’s, Spanish Place. Fr.Andrew is greatly in demand as a conference speaker and  lecturer at summer schools and is frequently heard both here and abroad. He is currently Roman Catholic Chaplain to Harrow School where he also teaches Italian. He was recently appointed professor of Biblical Greek and Ecclesiastical Latin at Allen Hall.

 

 

11.      FR ENRIQUE  LLAMAS:  “The Coredemptrix and the Eucharist in St John of the Cross”.

 

Father  Enrique  Llamas  Martínez, from  Valdevimbre (León) (SPAIN), Doctor in Theology, from the Pontifical University of Salamanca (España), 24 April 1954, with the doctorate  thesis: ‘The  ‘Salmanticenses’.

Theologian: his life and his books: Historic Study, and inquisitorial Process against the doctrine about the Immaculate Conception of the Virgin Mary’, (Los  ‘Salmanticenses’, su Vida y su Obra: Ensayo histórico y proceso inquisitorial de su doctrina sobre la Inmaculada Concepción’. Teacher in the  Theological  Faculty of the Pontifical  Universisity  of Salamanca, on the  subjects of Christology and Mariology,  and baptism  and  confirmation  sacraments (1956-1996). Also Professor for two years in the Theological Faculty of the Catholic University of Lisbon (Portugal), and Professor in Madrid and  Roma, in the Spiritual  Institute  of  Carmelites, and in other spirituality and investigations Centres. Doing investigations and published several books about historical theology, St. Teresa de Jesus and St. John of the Cross, Christology and Mariology, and other subjects of Carmelite history and spirituality. His principal books about  Mariology -only Mariology-:  ‘Cristo y María, un solo principio de salvación’ (Barcelona, 1964 (about the marian corredemption); his thesis for doctorate in theology…: María de  NAZARET, Madrid, 1998, 420 pp;  ‘Quien es la Virgen María’, Madrid, Edicel, 2004. ‘La  Madre Ágreda y la mariología del Vaticano II’, Salamanca, 2003,  125 pp.;  Práxedes  Fernandez y su vivencia mariana’, Toledo, 1989.  P. Enrique Llamas is the principal  author of the beautiful and very interesting Marian book: ‘LA Virgen  María’ (The  Virgin Mary), Madrid, EDICEL, 1996,  26 x 19, 1.145 pp.  (5ª  ed. 2005), one exemplar  Gift and offering  to Pope John Paul II,  in the Vatican Place, 16  April 1996.  Published  more than 300 scientific studies about Mariological subjects and about Marian Coredemption.

 

 

12.      MONSIGNOR  ARTHUR  BURTON  CALKINS:  "Mary’s Presence in the Mass according to Pope John Paul II”.

 

A native of Erie, PA, ordained priest of the Archdiocese of New Orleans in 1970, Msgr. Calkins is broadly experienced both in pastoral and scholarly work. Among contemporary mariologists he is one of the most competent. His doctoral dissertation at the Seraphicum (Rome), Totus tuus, on the present Pope’s pastoral program of total consecration to Mary has been reprinted three times. His research and studies have been published in numerous scholarly publications, and his contributions to popular reviews are considerable. He is a corresponding member of the Pontifical International Academy of the Immaculate (since 1985) and of the Pontifical Roman Theological Academy (since 1995), and an official of the Pontifical Commission Ecclesia Dei (since 1991).

 

 

13.      Fr  Joaquín  Ferrer:  "The triple and inseparable Mediation of the Immaculate, the Eucharist and the Petrine Ministry in building up the pilgrim Church up to the Parousia.

 

Doctor of theology (Lateran University) and in Canon Law.  Fr Ferrer is one of the founding members of the Faculty of Philosophy (1964) and Theology (1967) of the University of Navarre, and professor of general studies of the Prelature of Opus Dei in Spain since 1958.  He has received the Luis Vives Prize of Philosophy from the Higher Council of Scientific Investigations of Madrid.  Author of various books of philosophy and theology (Filosofía de las relaciones jurídicas, Persona y relación, El misterio de los orígenes, Metafísica de la creación y ciencias de la evolución, Dimensión petrina y mariana de la Iglesia...) and numerous studies of Christology, Anthropology, Mariology and Ecclesiology (i.e. "Ephemerides Mariologicae" of Madrid, "Annales Teologicae" of Roma, "Anuario Filosófico" y "Scripta Theologicae" of Pamplona, being a founding member of the latter).  He has appeared in numerous international congresses.

 

 

14.      Fr.  Stefano  M.  Manelli,  F.I.:  “Mary Coredemptrix and the Eucharist in the servant of God Costanza Zauli”.

 

Founder and Minister General of the Franciscans of the Immaculate Fr. Stefano, a spiritual son of St. Pio of Pietrelcina, was born in 1933, ordained priest in 1955. Doctor in Sacred Theology he is a leading mariologist and author of numerous publications on Marian theology and spirituality such as All Generations Shall Call Me Blessed. Biblica1Mariology; Jesus Our Eucharistic Love; Devotion to Mary.

 

 

 

 

 

 


EVENING   MUSICAL   EVENTS

Details and programme will be announced during the course of the Symposium.