Kansas City, Kan., Feb 8, 2018 / 13:00 pm
The Prairie Troubadour gathering will be full of good music, food, and discussions with Catholic leaders addressing how to live a healthy human ecology in a digital age.
"[Prairie Troubadour] springs out of a desire among Catholics to live the good life [and] to navigate their way through the digital world," said Bishop James Conley of Lincoln, Neb., who will be a speaker at the event.
Located at the Liberty Theatre in Fort Scott, Kansas, the third annual Prairie Troubadour will take place on Feb. 9-10. The event will feature talks and conversation, access to the sacraments and prayer, and musical performances.
"There will be people from all different walks of life looking to live … the healthy human ecology," Conley told CNA, "[Celebrating] everything from what we eat, to how we entertain ourselves, friendship, music, wine – the good things in life."