Pro-Life Arts Event in New York City This Coming Saturday

This Saturday, June 29, there will be a celebration and examination of the Culture of Life as understood through the prism of artistic endeavor (thanks to Chris Reilly for bringing this to my attention). It takes place at St. Vincent Ferrer Church Hall: 869 Lexington Ave, New York, NY 10065. 

It will be a day of live performances, artwork displays, presentations, and panel discussions with writers and artists and those working in the fields of fiction, poetry, film, and television.

Tickets: $50 full price; $30 special discounted rate for artists and under 30. The cost includes lunch, coffee breaks and snacks, and wine and cheese reception.

It is sponsored by the Human Life Foundation in cooperation with Arthouse2B and the parish of St. Vincent Ferrer and St. Catherine of Siena.

For more information, go to the webpage here. You can find a listing of the full schedule and of the speakers. Participants are welcome to join for the whole day or drop in for any of the scheduled events. 

As a personal contribution to the conversation, and in anticipation of what promises to be a wonderful and inspiring day, I have written an article, here, on the meaning of the image of Our Lady of Guadalupe and how we know that Our Lady is with a child in this famous image.