Life has a way of teaching us that all of our commitments, including our commitment to Christ, need continual renewal if we are to be faithful!
May 25 at 10:00 am and 5:30 join Lyn Pajk at the Nature Center for prayer and a song before heading out to the trails. Please RSVP to Lyn to ensure she has enough prayer guides.
A weekly gathering using Little Rock Scripture Study materials to deepen our understanding of God’s Word. Call the Faith Formation Office for more details.
Looking for something to brighten your winter days? Join our small group as we dig into 1 and 2 Thessalonians: Stand Firm in Faith. This study offers a close look at Paul’s advice to an early community of believers, a message that can help us live out the Christian life today.
Jan. 12, 26, Feb. 9, 23, Mar. 9, 23
Questions: Call Kathy Doering- 839-9273 or Carmen Gray-832-4164
Books are $9. Stop by the Parish office to register and purchase a book.
If you are new to the Rosary on the Go, Blessed Sacrament will provide rosary rings for each participant and a weekly prayer intention based on Pope Francis’s monthly prayer intention. Please contact Lyn to request your rosary ring(s) and list of weekly intentions. In Mark 16:15 Jesus said, “GO into the whole world and proclaim the gospel to every creature…” On your mark, get set, GO!!!!
During Art Reflections we share how to look at and talk about art. We like to discuss old and new paintings by familiar artists as well as exploring the art of newcomers. Join us to chat about art or to just observe and listen to the discussion. We meet on the 3rd Wednesday of the month at 6:30 in the lounge. No need to be an artist to attend. All are welcome.
The imagination works through suggestion, not description. Description is always direct and frequently closes off what it names. Suggestion respects the mystery and richness of a thing. All it offers are clues to its nature. Suggestion keeps the mystery open and extends us the courtesy of inviting us to see the thing for ourselves. It offers us the hospitality and freedom to trust the integrity of our own encounter with a thing. This is how a work of art can allow itself to be seen in so many different and often conflicting ways. It does not foreclose on the adventure of revelation. —John O’Donohue
Gail Fitzpatrick-Hopler offers a wonderful invitation into visio divina (or sacred seeing). I invite you to try this image for a meditation experience, as a window into your own soul and the Divine.
Come and join the Social Justice Team to help promote change. The Social Justice Team is committed to the awareness and action of Catholic Social Teaching. Meets the first Thursday of each month (September-May) at 4:00 at the Parish Center. For more information, please call the parish office at 835-6777.