"The Shepherd Who Didn't Run" Print E-mail

Parishioner Kris King will lead a Lenten group discussion covering the book's seven chapters that unfold Fr. Rother's life from his Okarche farming roots to his untimely death in his beloved Santiago Atitlan. Spend your Lenten journey with Fr. Rother.

Come to Connor Center during coffee and dnouts- after the 10 am Mass Sundays. 

Tthe book of reference and discussion is The Shepherd Who Didn't Run,    by Maria Ruiz Scaperlanda. 

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 28 February 2017 )
Lenten Series Print E-mail

Bishop Robert Barron CATHOLICISM:  The Pivitol Players showcases a handful of saints, artists, mystics and scholars who not oly shape the life of the Church but changed the course of the western civilization.

The Cathedral Spiritual Life Board is offering, this Lent, a series on these great saints and life of the Church. Weekly- Thursdays, 6:30 pm hospitality, 7 pm program will begin. There is no cost to attend. 

Connor Center will be open and welcome to those who  would like to attend!! All are welcome.

 March 9 Bl John Henry Newman, The Convert, left a prestigious career to seek and preach the apostolic faith. (presenter: George Rigazzi)

March 16 St. Cathedrine of Siena,  The Mystic, gave testimony to the reality of the spiritual dimension here and beyond. (presenter: Mary Kay Gumerlock)

March 23- no presentation

March 30 GK Chesterton, The Evangelist, publicly, humbly and huorously announced the paradoxes and truth of Christianity. (presenter: Candace Moon)

April  6 Michelangelo, the Artist, dramatically demonstrated that beauty and creativity are a primary route of access to God. (presenter: Rev. Thomas J. Boyer)






Last Updated ( Tuesday, 28 February 2017 )

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