Speaker Series 2020
THE CHURCH: MYSTERY, MARKS and MISSION
- February 2nd, 2020: “Ecumenism: True and False”
Come to a presentation/discussion on Ecumenism and
Mission: You Can’t Have One Without the Other on
Sunday, February 2 from noon to 1:30pm. The
presenter is Fr. Thomas A. Baima, Provost and Professor of
Dogmatic Theology at USML and Archdiocesan Vicar of Ecumenical
and Religious Affairs. Fr. Baima will explore the Catholic principles
of ecumenism, the difference between inculturation and syncretism,
and the necessity of conversion. There is no cost to attend this
presentation and enjoy the refreshments though free-will offerings
are gratefully accepted. For more information, call 847-826-4704.
- March 8th, 2020: “The Four Marks of the Church”
Fr. Paul Mankowski, SJ, Scholar in Residence: Lumen Christi Inst., University of Chicago
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- April 5th, 2020: “What Is the Magisterium?”
Msgr. Robert Dempsey, Pastor, St. Patrick, Lake Forest
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Parish Mission, 2020
March 15th from 7:30-9:00pm
& March 16th from 7-8:30pm
How the Church Can Cope with Hot-Button Issues
Fr. Thomas Loya, STB, MA, uncovers the potential of the Sacramental Worldview as a uniquely Catholic perspective on today’s controversial issues:
- What is the “Sacramental Worldview”?
- How does it ground us in reality?
- How does it guard against Gnosticism?
- What perspective does it lend to “hot-button” issues in the world and in the Church?
- How can we put on the mind of Christ and keep the peace of Christ?
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Mass for the Homebound
Mass for Those Who Are Homebound
Heart of the Nation Sunday
TV Mass brings spiritual comfort and the blessings
of joy-filled hope in our Risen Savior. Please let
people know they can tune in to Catholic Mass on
WJYS, Channel 62 at 10:00am, on WCUU,
Channel 26.2 at 6:30am, or online at this link:
Heart of the Nation