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Ministry & the Liturgical Assembly:The Mission of and Care for the Worshiping Body of Christ

Sponsored by All Saints Catholic Parish

Do we truly understand what it means for us and for the world, that we are members of the worshiping Body of Christ? And do those who serve in the various liturgical ministries view their roles as support and care for the liturgical assembly and its mission? Come to this series on liturgy and liturgical ministry, which will explore the depth and richness of our liturgical identity and mission as members of Christ’s Body, and the power and spirituality of sharing one’s ministerial gifts in service to the assembly.

David A. Stosur, Ph.D.

The Ministry of the Liturgical Assembly: Saturday, March 10, 2018/9:00 am-3:00 pm
Liturgical Ministers: Saturday, March 24, 2018/9:00 am-3:00 pm

All Saints Church Sanctuary
4051 North 25th Street

Light Lunch Provided at both workshops

No Cost but Please register by Monday, March 5, 2018

Cecilia Smith-Robertson, 414.444.5610 Cecilia.allsaintsmke@gmail.com

 

Word of God Sunday

January 24, 2020 - January 25, 202001/24/2020 6:00 PM - 01/25/2020 12:00 PMAdd to Calendar
Description

Scripture Conference 2020

(Presented by Sacred Heart Parish and Scripture Through the Hear and Soul)

January 24, 2020 at 6pm with 7pm

Meeting the Rest of the Family: An Introduction of Judaism with Bishop Richard J. Sklba.

At the heart of many forms of contemporary Judaism lies the First Covenant’s conviction of Gods’ loving covenant on Sinai with people of Israel (Exodus 19-24). The prophets praised those who were faithful and condemned those were not. Psalms sang of God’s goodness and justice. One cannot understand Jesus or the New Testament without appreciating the gift of its earlier partner.

Reception – wine and finger food

 

Saturday, January 25, 2020 at 9am

The Gospel According to Paul with Rev. Juan Manuel Camacho

Saint Paul is the first follower of Christ who reflected and wrote on the Christ event: passion, death and resurrection. He used the word “gospel” for the first time in Christian writings to refer to what God has done for Humanity in Christ Jesus. His zeal and commitment to Christ took him to foreigner lands to proclaim the Salvific action taken by God through Christ for all humanity. Saint Paul was prolific apostle of the Gospel of Christ and a founder of many communities of believers.

Break after talk with coffee and pastries

 

Saturday, January 25 at 10:30am

Year A: What to expect from the Gospel of Matthew with Dr. Dan Scholz

The season of Advent begins the new liturgical year. Throughout this year, we will be hearing from Matthew for our Sunday Gospel readings. In the presentation, we discuss how Matthew tells the story of Jesus and highlight some recurring Matthean themes heard in the upcoming year.

Location
Sacred Heart Catholic Church
2201 Northwestern Ave
Racine, WI 
Contact
John Ellgas or Fr. Ricardo Martin262-939-4955
Additional Information
Sacred Heart , ArchdioceseAdult FormationAdult Formation Program
St. John Paul II Office for the New Evangelization

3501 South Lake Dr.
PO Box 070912
Milwaukee, WI 53207-0912

414-758-2201

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