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Video - General News #14: "LIVESTREAM" Rome March 25th 2010

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Ave Maria! Is the Time Ripe for a 5th Marian Dogma? Vatican Forum to Host Discussion on Feast of Annunciation Beginning time: 10:00A.M. 10:00-10:10 - opening comments by Host (followed by each panelist presentation , 15-20 min. in length) 1. 10:10- 10:30 - Archbishop Ramon Arguelles, Archbishop of Lipa, Philippines 2. 10:30 - 10:50 - Archbishop Chinnappa, Archbishop of Madras, India 3. 10:50- 11:10 - Bishop Bagobiri, Nigeria 11:10- 11:30 - coffee break 4. 11:30- 11:50 - Bishop Baseotto, Argentina 5.  11:50- 12:10 - Fr. Llamas, President, Mariological Society of Spain 6.  12:10-12:30 - Dr. Judith Gentle, Our Lady of Walsingham Mariological Society, U.K. 12:30-2:30 break for lunch (simple lunch) Afternoon Session: 2:45 - 3:15 Each panelist will be granted approximately five minutes comment on information of morning session 2:45 Archbishop Ramon Arguelles 2:50 Archbishop Chinnappa 2:55 Bishop Bagobiri 3:00 Bishop Baseotto 3:05 Fr. Llamas 3:10 Dr. Judith Gentle 3:15- 4:25  Comment by Ambassador Mercedes Tuason, Philippine      Ambassador to the Vatican. Open discussion: comments or questions from the audience by directed to panelists in general. Moderator can   facilitate by directing more speculative theological questions to   theologian, Fr. LLamas, more generally theological and pastoral to   bishops, and ecumenical to Dr. Gentle, but all panelists are free to   answer any question they feel comfortable in addressing. 4:25-4:30 Closing comments Ave Maria! To Download Audio go to



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