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Joyful Witness in the Spirit of Francis and Clare of Assisi
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Sts. Francis and Clare of Assisi, by their words and deeds, encouraged Christians to live out the belief that the kingdom of heaven belongs to the poor in spirit. In fact, the core of Franciscan spirituality claims that the reality of God’s divine love enables us to radiate joyful optimism and sacrificial generosity. In this session, Susan Muto and Lori McMahon of the Epiphany Association—which promotes the teaching and research of formative spirituality—will explore fundamental themes of Franciscan spirituality, leading us to a deeper understanding of how we are called to full participation in Christ, embracing a life of suffering, joy, and compassion.
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Five Practical Ways to Grow Closer to the Heart of Jesus
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One of the most inspiring reasons to practice a deep and personal devotion to the Heart of Jesus is that it unites you to the "Heart of the Church." This prayerful practice has been lived out since St. John the Apostle placed his head on the breast of Jesus at the Last Supper. In this webinar, Emily Jaminet, executive director of the Sacred Heart Enthronement Network, will share a brief history of this powerful devotion and how our Lord is calling us to develop a deep and lasting relationship with His Most Sacred Heart.
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Engaging in Dialogue with our Multicultural Catholic Communities about Race, Faith, and Culture
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It’s not always easy to speak about racism, race, and culture within the context of our faith. It is sometimes easier to stay silent, especially in our politicized environment. However, silence can hurt our chances of truly learning about the lived experiences of our brothers and sisters in the peripheries. Jesus taught us about loving our neighbor, feeding the hungry, and forgiving multiple times. Join Cynthia Psencik, director of the office of youth ministry for the Archdiocese of New York, and Armando Cervantes, director of youth and young adults and interim director of Hispanic ministry for the Diocese of Orange, as they discuss and share how authentic dialogue can help us make the changes needed in our communities.
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6 Leadership Lessons from the Saints and How to Live Them Today
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Leadership books pack bookstore shelves, but few are rooted in an authentically Catholic perspective. The Church claims some of the greatest leaders in world history—the saints. Based on a year of research, John Cannon will discuss six lessons for authentic Catholic leadership rooted in the lives of great saint leaders. He also will offer clear, practical applications for leaders today.
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Mobilizing the Field Hospital: Pastoral Care and Accompaniment with Young Adults
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To respond to the realities of a COVID-19 world, the Church must approach young adults as the “field hospital after battle” that Pope Francis has advocated for years. This approach involves intentional pastoral care and accompaniment to tend to the physical, emotional, mental, spiritual, and economic wounds of those who struggle through this crisis moment – and beyond. In this webinar, Paul Jarzembowski, assistant director of the USCCB's youth and young adult ministries and lay ecclesial ministry, will discuss how to position ourselves so that we can respond and bring the light of the Gospel to young adults today.
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The Spiritual Top 10 List
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Everyone loves top 10 lists, right? What about a spiritual top 10? The spiritual top 10 is those times you felt a special closeness to God, a grace-filled moment. In these challenging times, we all need extra grace and St Ignatius Loyola recommends returning to the graces God has shared with us with a spirit of gratitude to renew a sense of peace and trust in the moment. St Ignatius invites us to “ask for interior knowledge of all the great good I have received, in order that, stirred to profound gratitude I may become able to love and serve the Divine Majesty in all things” (Spiritual Exercises, 233). In this webinar, Fr. Joe Laramie, S.J., will lead us in this exercise to help deepen your relationship with the Lord and in your family and community.
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