Please join us for Spirited Theology! These events are held every second Tuesday of the month at the Radisson Hotel in Nashua, NH --- a great way to connect with fellow Catholics in the area and learn more about our Faith!  

   Gathering starts at 6pm for food and fellowship with the guest speaker beginning at 7pm.  Event will be held in the room just outside of Shade Bar & Grill in the side entrance to the hotel ---  look for the Shades signs to point the way!  Food and drink can be ordered from the restaurant, so come early to eat and socialize (pay as you go).  Catholic or non-Catholic friends are welcome!

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Spirited Theology

Join us for the sixth and final installment of Ty Perry's Philosophy and Theology as Artseries on September 10th!

Topic:  The sixth lecture on Gothic Cathedral Iconography

is a photographic survey of the Marian and the Bread

of Life themes at Chartres.  Concentration will be on main choir windows at Chartres and their overlaid messages

of the veneration of Mary, patron of the cathedral,

and of the Bread and Wine of the Eucharist.

​(Please note: You need not have attended any of the previous sessions in order to appreciate the beauty

and historical wonder of this visual presentation!)


Ty Perry has been infatuated with Romanesque and Gothic art for more than 30 years, applying the discipline of his degrees in engineering and history to his studies. He has comprehensively researched the inter-relationships between Gothic art and its intellectual origins, Greek philosophy and medieval theology. He has photographed more than four thousand images of cathedral sculpture and stained glass throughout France, England and Italy in order to bring his research to others.  He is a speaker for the NH Humanities Council and is a guest lecturer for Thomas More College.