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Lecture Series

Several times each year, St. Pius V hosts a free lecture on topics important to the Church today.  Lectures are usually on a Saturday and are usually given by a friar from the Dominican House of Studies in Washington, DC.

Most Recent Lecture:  Faithfully Catholic: Voting in the 2016 Election

As a Catholic, am I required to vote? Can I just pray? How do I know how to vote? Should I vote for the lesser of two evils?

If you've asked yourselves these questions, then this talk can help answer them. This talk by Fr. Thomas Petri, O.P., focuses on the Catholic moral principles we need to know as we discern how to vote. This talk was given at Mount de Sales Academy in Catonsville, MD on Saturday, October 29, 2016.


Faithfully Catholic: Voting in the 2016 Election


Previous Lectures

The Problem of Moral Action, Fr. John Corbett, O.P.

Doing Good and Wanting To: St. Thomas, Natural Law, and Moral Issues, Fr. Elias Henritzy, O.P.

Humanae Vitae, Fr. John Baptist Ku, O.P.

Faith and Reason on Same-Sex Marriage, Fr. John Corbett, O.P.

Not Cooperating with Sin: Tough Questions, Fr. John Corbett, O.P.

The Christian Meaning of Suffering, Fr. James Sullivan, O.P.

The Christian Response to Radical Islam, Fr. Carlos Quijano, O.P.

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