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CATHOLIC FACT OR FICTION: LEGENDS, TRUE STORIES, AND CONSPIRACIES | 9 weeks 1 day ago
Aquinas Institute of Theology - Theology for Life Series - Sr. Juliet Mousseau, associate professor of Church History, will explore topics from the history of Catholicism that approach the unbelievable. What facts are fictional tales and conspiracy theories built on? What do our real and fictional stories about saints and popes say about how we understand our tradition? - March 7: Mary Magdalene and Her Legendary Lives - March 14: Knights Templar, Illuminati, and Jesuits: Secret(ive) Catholic Societies - March 21: The Holy Grail - April 4: Pope Joan (Really)? - April 11: Saints, Legends, and Relics - Cost is $25.00 per session or $100.00 for all 5 sessions-attend as many as you wish. For more information or to register, contact 314-256-8804 or events@ai.edu - Aquinas Institute of Theology ● 23 S. Spring Ave. ● St. Louis, MO 63108 ● 314-256-8800 ● www.ai.edu
"Catholicism" video series at Sts. Peter and Paul, Soulard | 9 weeks 2 days ago
Bishop Robert Barron's award winning series "Catholicism" will be presented at Sts. Peter and Paul, 1919 S 7th, Soulard, following 9:30am Mass for 10 weeks, January 29th - April 2. This visually rich series will immerse you in the art, architecture, literature, and music of the Catholic tradition while opening up the ten topics listed below in a manner that is highly relevant for a long practicing Catholic as well as an unbaptized inquirer. Each 1 hour video will be followed by a group discussion. Enrich your faith through this Lenten season and may we suggest you invite a friend to join you. 1. Amazed and Afraid- The Incarnation 2. Happy are We- The Teachings of Jesus 3. The Ineffable Mystery of God- That which nothing greater can be thought 4. Our Tainted Nature's Solitary Boast- Mary, Mother of God 5. The Indispensable Men- Saints Peter & Paul 6. A Body Both Suffering and Glorious- The Mystical Union of Christ and His Church 7. Word Made Flesh, True Bread of Heaven- The Eucharist and the Liturgy 8. A Vast Company of Witnesses- The Communion of Saints 9. The Fire of His Love- Prayer and the Life of the Spirit 10. World Without End- The Last Things
2017 Summer Service Opportunity with Ursuline Sisters | 10 weeks 4 days ago
The Ursuline Sisters offer an opportunity of volunteer service in San Antonio, Texas, July 10-16, 2017 for women ages 18-30. Service will be at Haven for Hope with persons who are homeless; housing will be at Our Lady of the Lake University. There is no cost except transportation to and from San Antonio, and financial grant money is available for that. Contact Sr. Elisa Ryan (elisaosu@gmail.com) for more information and an application form. It promises to be a great week of service, community and fun with the Ursulines. Applications are due March 1.
Summer Volunteer Opportunities with the Apostles of the Sacred Heart of Jesus | 14 weeks 2 days ago
Apostles of the Sacred Heart From the Heart Program Open your heart to meet Christ in the young, the elderly, and immigrant communities, serving in St. Louis or Connecticut for one or two weeks of service with the Sisters. From the Heart Volunteers are: • Young Women between 18 and 30 years of age - High school graduate and older • Willing to live in a community setting and serve with / in Apostle ministries • Open to learn about religious life Service Opportunities: St. Louis, MO: Sacred Heart Villa Pre-School – Age 8 Summer Camp June 5 – 16th (one or two weeks) Cor Jesu Academy Summer Camp June 5 – 16th (one or two weeks) Hamden / New Haven, Connecticut Apostle Immigrant Services June 25 – 30th Sacred Heart Academy Middle School Summer Camp June 25 – 30th Clelian Adult Day Center June 25 – 30th For more information including an application, please visit us at www.ascjus.org/summer2017 or call 203-606-9105
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