Hidden Histories: Priesthood of the People, Cultural Legacies of Vatican II

“Priesthood of the People: Cultural Legacies of Vatican II,”  is the topic of URBAN-15’s “Hidden Histories," episode on June 3. Watch the episode here.

Vatican II, the Second Ecumenical Council of the Vatican, widened the  Catholic Church’s insight on how it should approach the expanding modern world.

For Catholics in San Antonio, this inspired the holding of mass in Spanish and English, celebrations of Guadalupe, and city-based organizations dedicated to social change such as COPS/Metro Alliance, PADRES, and Las Hermanas. This episode will also feature Sister Yolanda Tarango, Sister of Charity of the Incarnate Word.

URBAN-15’s “Hidden Histories” is a monthly video series that uncovers San Antonio’s cultural history and the features that make our city unique. The studio continues to host monthly screenings of new episodes each month, free of charge, to revive community issues, past leaders, and culture.

Episodes can be watched for free at URBAN-15’s studio during its monthly screenings or online at http://hiddenhistories.tv/archives. The Vatican II screening will take place on June 3, 2019, at 7 p.m. at the URBAN-15 studio at 2500 S. Presa.

NowCastSA is excited to collaborate with URBAN-15 Studio’s Hidden Histories Episode 4: “Priesthood of the People: Cultural Legacies of Vatican II.” NowCastSA provided historic video of COPS/Metro Alliance used in this episode.

For more information, contact the URBAN-15 Studio at (210)-736-1500 or events@urban15.org.

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