The Chautauqua Catholic Community


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Chautauqua Institution

Summer Program 2018    
SCHEDULE OF PRIESTS AND SEMINAR TOPICS
2018 CHAUTAUQUA SEASON

To extend hospitality to our priests or
to schedule a conference
Phone 716-357-4646

MASS SCHEDULE

MONDAY-FRIDAY 8:45 AM AND 12:10 PM
NO SATURDAY MORNING MASS
EPISCOPAL CHAPEL OF THE GOOD SHEPARD
SATURDAY VIGIL MASS 5:00 PM
HALL OF CHRIST
SUNDAY 9:15 AM HALL OF CHRIST
AND 12:15 PM
HALL OF PHILOSOPHY

Seminars are held Thursday and Friday
afternoons from 12:45 p.m. to 1:45 p.m. in the Methodist House Chapel, Waugh Avenue and the Brick Walk    


CCC Priests for 2018

Week 1

Bishop Matt Clark-
Diocese of Rochester, New York

Title:  "On Turning 80 or Any Age: A Bishop Emeritus reflects on the Light of Faith on the Aging Process"


Bishop Howard Hubbard,
Retired Diocese of Albany

Title:  "A Pastor's Prayer"

Week 2

Father Anthony Ciorra
V.P. for Mission and Catholic Indentity, 
Professor of Theology and Catholic Studies,
Sacred Heart Univ., Fairfield, Conn.

Title:  "The Spirituality of the Twelve Steps for Everyone"


Father Richard Evans,
Pastor Holy Family Church
Parma, Ohio
Title:  "What is the AUSCP?
(Association of U.S. Catholic Priests) An Update"

Week 3

Father Patrick Ziengierski,
Dir. of the Newman Center,
SUNY, Buffalo
Title:  "Are You Smarter Than a Catholic 5th Grader?"

Father James Gillespie
Paster, St. James Parish
Henderson, NC
Title:  "Elvis...All Shook Up with God"
Exploring the Issues of the Second Half of Life"

Week 4

Father Edward Weist

Retired Diocese of Cleveland
Tile: "God is Nowhere...Aha Moments in Life"

Father Don Cozzens
Writer in Residence,
John Carroll University,
Cleveland, Ohio

Title:  "Being Spiritual in A Secular Age"

Week 5

Father Tom Nellis
Retired, Diocese of Rochester

Title:  "The Flowering of Friendship and Its Fruit:
Accompanying a Dear Friend on His Final Journey" 

Father Dan Holland
Sr. Priest of the Diocese of Rochester 
Title:  "Dissent in the Church- A Kairos Moment"

Week 6

Father Edward Palumbos, 

Pastor Emeritus,
Church of the Assumption and Church of the Resurrection
Fairport, New York
Title:  "The Challenges and the Blessings of the Clergy Crisis"

Father Dominic Monti
Professor, St. Bonaventure Univ.
Title: "Work:  Catholic Teaching, American Reality"

Week 7

Rev. Dr. Robert J. Perelli, CJM

Founder, The Center for Family Systems Theory
of WNY, Inc.
Buffalo, New York
Title:  "Thinking Systems" About Addictions to Alcohol, Drugs, Sex, and Religion to Name a Few"

Father James Daprile
Pastor, Our Lady of Perpetual Help,
Aurora, Ohio
Title: "Starry Night and Laudato Si:"
A Painter and Papal Minuet

Week 8

Father Francis Gargani, CSsR

Superior:  Redemptorist Community,
Brooklyn, New York
Title:  "Is Just War Possible in the Nuclear Age"

Frs, James Gilmore & Ron Bonneau

(They will Preside together)
Title: "Multicultural Sensitivity"

Week 9
Father Hugh Burns, S.T.L.

Pastor, Holy Innocents Church
Pleasantville, New York
Title: "All We're Cracked Up To Be"
Spiritual Growth and Perfection of the Imperfect

Father Paul Milanowski
Retired, Grand Rapids, MI
Title:  "Notting Hill Neighbors"


 
All Seminars: 12:45 p.m. - 1:45 p.m.

United Methodist House Chapel

14 Pratt Ave. on the Brick Walk 

between Waugh and Bowman Avenues









 









 

 

THE 2018 SUMMER SEASON THEME WEEKS


Week One — June 23-June 30

THE LIFE OF THE WRITTEN WORD

Week Two — June 30–July 7

AMERICAN INDENTITY

2 p.m.-


Week Three — July 7– July 14

THE ART OF PLAY

2 p.m. 

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Week Four — July 14–July 21

RUSSIA AND THE WEST

2 p.m.-
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Week Five — July 21– July 28

THE ETHICS OF DISSENT

2 p.m.-

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Week Six — July 28-August 4

THE CHANGING NATURE OF WORK

2 p.m.-Religion: 
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Week Seven — August 4–August 11

The Arts and Global Understanding: A Week Featuring the Silkroad Ensemble, Culminating with the Silkroad Ensemble with Yo-Yo Ma


2 p.m.- 
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Week Eight — August 11–August 18

The Forgotten: History and Memory in the 21st Century


2 p.m.-              
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Week Nine — August 18-–August 25

Documentary Film as Facilitator: Storytelling, Influence and Civil Discourse
A Chautauqua Film and Food Festival


2 p.m.-

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