Join St. Bernard's in Albany once a month for conversations in Faith and what being Catholic looks like in today's world. 

Fr. Anthony Barratt, a priest of the diocese of Albany and professor at St. Bernard's, will explore how the Eucharist is at the very heart of mission and evangelization: as a call, as a relationship, as a destination, and as food for the journey. The Eucharist can indeed be understood as the "source and summit" of evangelization. 

When: Wednesday, November 10th, 6:00 - 9:00 pm 

Where: St. Bernard's Albany Campus: 40 North Main Avenue, Albany, NY, and online via Zoom

Location Information

  • St. Bernard's Albany Campus
  • 40 North Main Avenue, Albany, NY, 12203 US



6:30pmLight Reception & Fellowship


"The Eucharist: Source and Summit of Evangelization" (available via Zoom as well)




Very Rev. Anthony Michael Barratt, STL, PhD

Father Anthony Michael Barratt studied for the priesthood at the Venerable English College in Rome, Italy. He was ordained as a priest of the Archdiocese of Southwark in England in 1985 and in May 2011 was incardinated into the Diocese of Albany, New York. He holds a License in Sacred Theology “summa cum laude” from the Gregorian University in Rome, Italy, a Ph.D. from King’s College, London and he is a Fellow of the Academy of Higher Education. He is a Knight Commander of the Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem and a Deputy Chaplain of the American Association of the Knights of Malta, as well as having been awarded the Cross of the Order of Merit of the Knights of Malta.

He has been working in the Diocese of Albany, New York since 2004. He is currently pastor of Holy Trinity Parish in Hudson and Germantown, the Episcopal Vicar for the Hudson Valley and Director of Prayer and Worship for the Diocese. He is also an adjunct professor of theology at St. Bernard’s School of Theology and adjunct professor at Siena College, N.Y. He holds a number of Diocesan positions including: the Diaconate Formation Board, Associate Judge for the Albany Diocesan Marriage Tribunal, the Diocesan Architecture and Buildings Commission, the Diocesan Presbyteral Council and College of Consultors and the Diocesan Pastoral Planning Group. He has published a number of works on spirituality, sacramental theology, liturgy, Christian anthropology, mission and evangelization, and educational methods and techniques.


  • Please note: this only includes the talk and Q&A portions from 7:00 - 8:00 pm EST


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