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Did you miss the Summer Scripture Conference? You have the opportunity to listen to a series of 3 lectures from one of the speakers from the Summer Scripture Conference 2020!
Dr. Mark Giszczak, S.S.L., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Sacred Scripture, Augustine Institute, has made his lectures available to us via vimeo videos. Click HERE for the free lectures.
Mark your calendars for these four free workshops being offered by the Institute for Pastoral Leadership team. These 1-hour workshops will be offered virtually via Microsoft Teams.
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Leading Small Groups – Michelle Shaffer on January 6, 2021, 7-8 pm
Come and learn six easy steps for facilitating small group discussions. Why, you might ask? Because small group discussions are critical to building community in our parishes. Through small groups our parishioners grow in their Spiritual and personal lives becoming closer to God and each other. Successful small group leaders know how to get the most out of these challenging discussions. Come learn about ideas you can use to be successful in your small group discussions!
How to craft Prayer Services & Special Liturgy’s for Sacraments -Todd Williamson, Director of the Office for Divine Worship, Archdiocese of Chicago– on February 3, 2021, 7-8 pm
Planning Catholic Prayer: Planning prayer can be intimidating. Often we might not know where to go for direction, or how to begin. This workshop will explore the basic elements of Catholic communal prayer, and how to put these elements together to help our people praise and thank the Lord. We will look at principles for developing prayer and identify resources and tools that can help anyone lead others in Catholic prayer.
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FREE ONLINE BIBLE STUDY WITH FATHER JOHN KARTJE
LIVING ON THE EDGE OF CHAOS: BIBLICAL LESSONS FOR FINDING HOPE IN THE FACE OF FEAR
Check out the Q & A Live Event with Fr. Kartje on “Living on the Edge of Chaos.”
From Cain and Abel through the persecution of the early Church, the Bible is replete with accounts of fear and violence as reactions to God’s desire for humanity. What Sacred Scripture makes clear, however, is that there is a pathway through fear to hope. Join us as we carefully explore biblical examples drawn from the historical books and the prophets, Wisdom literature, the Gospels, and other New Testament texts to illustrate how the sweep of salvation history often follows a journey from order, through chaos, to a new reality shaped by the Kingdom of God.
Join Father John Kartje, rector of Mundelein Seminary, for an online Bible study exploring the pathway from chaos and fear to hope.
REGISTER HERE for this online bible study to receive the recordings when they are released later this month!