Dedicated to the Memory of Blessed Pius IX (1846-1878)

December 5th-6th, 2009

For questions or reservations:

Guest of Honor

Dr. David Allen White

Retired Professor of World Literature, Naval Academy in Annapolis


Saturday, December 5th, 2009

6:00 -10:00 P.M.


Comments by Dr. John C. Rao

The Permanent Significance of Quanta Cura & the Syllabus of Errors (1864)


Dr. David Allen White

A Reading of the Propositions of the Syllabus of Errors


Cocktail Party & Buffet Dinner with Open Bar



Sunday, December 6, 2009

2:30---7:00 P.M.


Dr. David Allen White

Dr. White’s Literary Syllabus of Errors:

Nightmares Fashioned by the Written Word


Cocktail Party

Ceremony in Honor of Blessed Pius IX



Saturday, December 5th: $50 per person. 35 persons limit. E-mail for information on availability before mailing in payment. Sunday, December 6th:   $25 per person, no limit on number of attendees, but reservation by December 1st is required. Make checks payable to “The Roman Forum” and send to 11 Carmine St., Apt. 2C, NY, NY 10014


University Parish Church of St. Joseph/371 Sixth Avenue, NY

(Between Waverly and Washington Place)

December 5th: Parish House Entrance on Sixth Avenue

December 6th: Church Hall Entrance on the corner of Sixth & Washington


The Roman Forum


St. Silvester’s---New Year’s Eve Party

December 31, 2009—January 1, 2010

8:00 P.M.—1:00 A.M.


Dance in the New Year

The best Swing, Waltz, and Other Ballroom Music Ever Recorded


Eat and Drink as Merrily as You Wish

(Bring Your Own Main Dishes, Desserts, Wine, Beer, and Liquor)

(Extras Provided---See Below)



$20 per person—all who are18 years or younger come for free!!

(Price includes the hall rental, the music, set-ups for drinks, place settings,

and magnificent breads, biscuits, cheeses, & cookies)


Checks made out to the Roman Forum

Reserve by December 15th, 2009

The Roman Forum

11 Carmine St., Apt. 2C

New York, New York 10014

For questions, e-mail:


University Parish Church of St. Joseph/371 Sixth Avenue

Church Hall Entrance on Washington Place, south of Waverly Place

A, B, C, D, E, F, V trains to West 4th Street Station

Wheelchair Accessible