November 2, 2012:
The Campus Ministry Lounge is hosting viewings of the ten-part television series, “Catholicism” to celebrate internalization month at Seton Hall.
The Rev. Robert Barron, both face and founder of Word on Fire Catholic Ministries, is the mastermind behind this series, which received rave reviews from publications such as Canada’s Salt and Light television network, America, the National Catholic Weekly and the Catholic News Service.
Inspired by Kenneth Clark’s 1969 hit BBC series “Civilisation,” “Catholicism” takes viewers on a virtual trip to fifty locations in sixteen countries, exploring the history and origins of Catholic art, literature, architecture, and music in churches, basilicas, and more.
“When you’re talking about a 10-hour program, it would become tiresome to listen to a talking head for hours,” Barron said.
Viewings of this series will take place every Wednesday and Thursday from 12:45-2 p.m. in the Campus Ministry Lounge. The last showing will be held Thursday, November 1 at 1:45 p.m...
For more information, read the Setonian press release on the event here.