Thursday Evening

October 30, 2014

Steve Denegri (left) and Andrew Bowie (right) of Lumen Civitatis welcome Memphis Mayor A.C. Wharton to its kick-off dinner at the Brooks Museum.

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Prince Nicolas of Liechtenstein (left) greets Bishop Terry Steib of the Diocese of Memphis following evening prayer at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception.

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Ellie Dooner and Bernadette Dumont

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Steve Denegri (left) and Andrew Bowie (right) of Lumen Civitatis welcome Memphis Mayor A.C. Wharton to its kick-off dinner at the Brooks Museum.

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Lumen Civitatis' inaugural event was the Magnificat Day of Joy, which it co-sponsored with the Magnificat Foundation, on November 1, 2014.  The event was an extraordinary celebration of the splendor of the Catholic faith, witnessing to the beauty of Catholic culture, proclaiming the richness of the Church's teaching, and inspiring and invigorating local leadership through glorious liturgical celebrations, preaching, music, art, and keynote addresses.   Memphis was just the third city to host this high-profile Catholic event, following prior Days in Orange County, CA in 2012 and Philadelphia, PA in 2013.  The event was covered live by EWTN and reached 140 countries and several million viewers, in addition to the approximately 2,000 guests at the Cannon Center who hailed from 37 different states, Canada, France, Lichtenstein, and the United Kingdom.

 

 

Friday 

October 31, 2014

Alix Montagne and Fleur Nabert greet each other at St Mary's

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St. Mary's Catholic Church, the site of morning prayer on Friday, October 31

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Ginger Taylor, Beth Robinson, and Laura Robinson prepare for the reception at St Peter

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Alix Montagne and Fleur Nabert greet each other at St Mary's

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Saturday

November 1, 2014

Morning Prayer

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Magnificat team and Lumen Civitatis team celebrate at the end of the day

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Morning Prayer

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Videos of the liturgies, talks, interviews, and Eucharistic Procession as televised by EWTN can be seen on our YouTube channel, which can be accessed by clicking the YouTube icon on the footer below.  Video clips are also available on our Culture and Education pages.