Saturday, June 29th, 2024 – 10:00am to 2:00pm
St. Michael Church, 80 University Avenue West, Waterloo, Ontario
The debate about nature and grace considers how God’s action relates to humanity and how we can respond to God in the world. The insights of Catholic theologian Henri de Lubac influenced thinkers such as Saint John Paul II and Pope Benedict XVI. In his book “A Brief Catechesis on Nature and Grace” he rejects on the one hand the extreme of opposing nature and grace, as if God’s grace is entirely alien to our nature, and on the other hand, the extreme of confusing them. Come and join the conversation. No need to read the book. Highlights of each chapter will be provided. Bring your own lunch.

9:30am Doors Open
10:00am Welcome – Christopher Marentette
10:05am Mid-Morning Prayer – Fr. Mark Morley
10:15am Preface – Dcn. Charles Fernandes
10:30am Part I: Nature and the Supernatural – Christopher Marentette
11:00am Discussion
11:15am Part II: Consequences – Victor Ricciotti
11:45am Discussion
12:00pm Lunch
12:45pm Part III: Nature and Grace – Fr. Jason Kuntz
1:15pm Discussion
2:00pm END

The book can be purchased on online:
Ignatius Press

For more information:
contact Father Mark Morley:
or Deacon Charles Fernandes: 519-923-0454.

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