Musical Traditions of Christianity and Judaism Explored through the Psalms

Vatican II@50
Collaboration with the University of St. Thomas
Suggested donation $10

Vatican II@50 is a series of programs recognizing the worldwide impact of the Second Vatican Council, convened 50 years ago in 1962 by the enormously influential Pope John XXIII. Among the great legacies of Vatican II are increased tolerance of other religious traditions, a celebration of people’s growing awareness of human dignity, and a renewed perspective on sacred music and art. The Rothko Chapel, John and Dominique de Menil’s gift to Houston, now recognized as an international spiritual landmark, would not exist without the achievement of Vatican II. Vatican II@50 will address these and other important questions with lectures, concerts and conversations that focus on the common vision of Vatican II, the de Menils, and the Rothko Chapel.

As part of Vatican II@50, the Rothko Chapel will present a program exploring the musical tradition of Judaism and Christianity through the Psalms. This program is sponsored in part by the University of St. Thomas through a generous gift of the Albert and Ethel Herzstein Charitable Foundation.

Thursday, March 7, 2013
7:00 PM

Learn about the worldwide impact of the Second Vatican Council.