Friday, April 1, 2016. 10:30 am - 12:00 pm

The Transept Doors of the St. Michael’s Cathedral Restoration Project 

by Farhad Nargol-O'Neill, sculptor

 

The Ontario born and raised sculptor, Farhad Nargol-ONeill, has been commissioned to create two Marian double doors, carved in bas-relief and cast in bronze, as part of the restoration of St. Michael’s Cathedral in Toronto. Nargol-O’Neill was born in Unionville, Ontario, grew up in the York Catholic school system, studied music at York University, and ran a successful sculpting studio in Belfast, Ireland for ten years before returning to Canada. His work has been shown in exhibitions around the world; his commissions can be found in private, public and diplomatic collections. Since 2014 he has been creating twenty bronze Rosary-themed panels for two monumental transept doors, “The Joyful and Glorious Mysteries” and “The Sorrowful and Luminous Mysteries.”

Thursday, March 3, 2016. 3:15 - 4:30 pm

The Grammar of Silence in Liturgical Language

by  Rev. Dr. Eileen Scully, Director of Faith, Worship and Ministry for the Anglican Church of Canada (ACC).


The Rev. Dr. Eileen Scully (PhD, St. Michael’s College, 1993) is Director of Faith, Worship and Ministry for the Anglican Church of Canada [ACC]. She has also served as Chair of the International Anglican Liturgical Consultation, Associate General Secretary for Faith and Witness with the Canadian Council of Churches, with numerous liturgical and theological bodies both in the ACC and the worldwide Anglican Communion, and has lectured widely in Church History, Theology, and Christian Education and Formation.