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Weekly Schedule

Sunday  
                   8:45 am       Class
                   9:30 am       Matins
              10:00 am       Mass
Tuesday    5:00 pm      Confession (office)
                    6:00 pm      Evensong (office)
 
Thursday  5:30 pm      Rosary (office)
                    6:00 pm      Evensong (office) 
Please check the current calendar to confirm these activities; on certain weeks they are cancelled.
Don't Miss Our Coming Events:

Sunday Morning Class

Metanoia

Beginning March 15th 

8:45 am

A video series featuring Fr. Dave Pivonka, TOR, President of Franciscan University and personality behind the popular Wild Goose series, leads us on a journey with Christ into conversion.

Metanoia is beautifully filmed on location in the Holy Land, highlighting sacred places, such as the Sea of Galilee, the River Jordan, the Desert of Temptations, and many other holy sites in Jerusalem.

Each of the 10 episodes explores areas of life where conversion is so often necessary. Metanoia will examine topics such as who Jesus is, what must we do to inherit eternal life, and many other significant matters of faith.

 

Along with preaching from Fr. Dave, Metanoia shares personal testimonies from men and women of all ages and vocations. Their stories inspire and encourage an encounter with Jesus and the new life He is constantly inviting us to.

 

Join us for the most important journey of life, one of grace, hope, repentance, and transformation: the journey of Metanoia.

 

"This is the time of fulfillment. The kingdom of God is at hand.

Repent and believe in the Gospel." –Mark 1:15

The Development of Self and World

as Revealed in the

Book of Revelation

 

Interpreting the Book of Revelation, we encounter a pattern of development defining our inner spiritual lives as well as a description of the developmental history of the world. It also affords us a rich manner by which to develop our skills at dream and vision interpretation.

 

In this study we will explore this book of the Bible searching the symbols and patterns for their meaning. As we grasp the inherent patterns we are aided in the development of our deep, genuine self as well as our life with God. Likewise, since the individual may be viewed as a microcosm of the world, we also begin to comprehend the significance this book has for describing the cosmos as-a-whole.

 

Our approach will entail a reading and depth discussion of both The Book of Revelation and John’s Apocalypse: A Study in Dream Interpretation. Using the latter as a launching point we will examine dream interpretation in general and the Book of Revelation specifically.

 

Tuesdays, 7:00 pm to 8:30

Beginning January 7th and continuing until completed

 

Facilitated by Dr. Craig Isaacs

A donation of $40 per month is requested

John’s Apocalypse: A Study in Dream Interpretation

may be purchased from Dr. Isaacs directly or through the Wipf & Stock Website (https://wipfandstock.com/john-s-apocalypse.html)

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