The beatification of Pope John Paul II on Divine Mercy Sunday is a source of great joy for the whole Church. It is also a challenge, namely, do we continue to promote his teaching and wisdom, or do we simply admire his charisma and holiness?
Please join the Communio Circle of the Diocese of Hamilton on Saturday, May 21st from 9:00am to 2:30pm at St. Mary’s Church, Kitchener (56 Duke Street West) as we present a series of talks focusing on key themes from his life and teaching:
A Personal Testimony: Fr. George Nowak, St. Mary’s, Kitchener
Youth and Vocations: Fr. Jason Kuntz, Holy Rosary, Milton
Moral Teaching and the Total Gift of Self: Ania Krysciak, Catholic Chaplain, WLU/UG
Social Teaching and Solidarity: Fr. Mark Morley, St. Ann’s, Ancaster
Redemptor Hominis His First Encyclical: John Redmond, Seminarian, Diocese of Hamilton
Fides et Ratio Thinking with Pope John Paul: Deacon Charles Fernandes, St. John the Evangelist, Dundalk
Fr. Ed Henhoeffer, St. John the Baptist, Guelph, will be our facilitator. For more information, e-mail Fr. Mark Morley at email@example.com or call Dn. Charles Fernandes at 519.923.0454.
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