Lenten Conference Audio: Christ Our High Priest

Dominicana is happy to offer this audio recording of “Christ Our High Priest.” It was given by Br. Nicholas Schneider, O.P. as the first installment of the 2016 Lenten Conferences at the Dominican House of Studies.

Listen to the whole series on our Audio Page.

Original series flyer here.

 


Image: Lawrence Lew, O.P., Lord of Life (Salamanca Cathedral)

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Br. Nicholas Schneider, O.P. was born and raised in Vermont. He spent his final semester of high school studying in Russia, and went on to earn a BA in History and Russian at Youngstown State University (OH) and an MA in Russian History at Georgetown University. He served as Director/Assistant Dean for Admissions at Georgetown University School of Medicine for five years prior to entering the Dominicans. On DominicanFriars.org