Upcoming Summit: Saints We Might Not Know But Should

Who are the first saints we think about when we lift up our hearts and minds in prayer? Well, we’re not thinking about those particular saints at the next Tuesday with the Troubadours. We’re going to focus on the last saints who might come to mind, those who are neglected or forgotten or unknown. The last shall be first!

Join us on Tuesday, November 29, at 7pm Central, as we pay homage to saints we might not know but should.

Meanwhile click ‘play’ below to view the recording of our October summit, or scroll down and subscribe to get an email reminder a week before November’s summit.


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        Dale Ahlquist          Society of G.K. Chesterton

Christopher Check Catholic Answers

    William Fahey       Thomas More College

          Daniel Kerr           St. Martin’s Academy

         Joseph Pearce          St. Austin Review

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About the Troubadours Summit

The Troubadours Summit Series is an outgrowth of an annual symposium in Fort Scott, Kansas called the Prairie Troubadour.

Faithful to Holy Mother Church, The Troubadours are a group of friends inspired by the likes of Cardinal Newman, G.K. Chesterton, Hillaire Belloc, John Senior, and other stalwarts of the Faith, to live and share the Joy of Christ through stories, song and good red wine. Through our online summit series, we aim to create an authentic Catholic experience where the Good, the True and the Beautiful are glimpsed through lively discourse punctuated by earnest prayer, strong drink, and the real mirth found in friendship.

Catholicism needn’t be stodgy and narrow. Quite the contrary! As G.K. Chesterton reminds us, the walls built by the Church through doctrine and disciplie are not the walls of a prison, but the “walls of a playground.”

And, as Belloc wrote, “Wherever the Catholic Sun doth shine, there’s always laughter and good red wine. At least I’ve always found it so. Benedicamus Domino.”

Indeed it is so. Let us bless the Lord!



Email live@prairietroubadour.org for help with tonight’s session

How do I participate?

This monthly series is broadcast live, right here on this web page, in the video area above. The recording of the most recent summit will remain viewable here on this page until a new summit is broadcast.

When the live summit starts, the video is not loading automatically in my browser – what can I do?

You will need to refresh this page after the start time of 7pm Central. We also recommend downloading and using the Chrome web browser for the best experience.

How do I submit a question?

Please send your question to live@prairietroubadour.org.

I can’t make all the sessions. Will there be a recording?

Each session will be recorded. The most recent session can always be viewed right here on this page. Click here to view previous sessions.

The Original Troubadour

The Prairie Troubadour is named in memoriam of poet, song-writer and man of the Kansas prairie, Gerald Francis Kerr (1944-2015). Dr. Kerr was a patriarch, physician, poet, farmer, troubadour, true Kansan and lover of the prairie. A Catholic son and beloved husband, he was father of 6 and papa to 31 grand-children. Click below to hear one of his recordings, Raggedy Man, an original composition based on a poem by James Whitcomb Riley.