Mission Matters: Apr. 5, 2016

This week’s “Parish Table Talk”:  Release of post-synodal Exhortation – Amoris Laetitia; The trends of religiosity in the US; Faith and citizenship; A film about the original image of Divine Mercy;  Jason Evert on chastity for youth and parents of youth; plus this Thursday’s blog post.

Watch for this Thursday’s Post:

Religious Educators: Who’s On the Team? by Abby Kibler, Coordinator of Discipleship Formation

  • America’s road to secularization: Accompanied by conclusive statistics, this new study by Duke University and University College London shows how generational differences are responsible for a steady decline in the “American devotion to religion.”
  • divine mercy promo1cutThe treacherous journey of St. Faustina’s mystical vision: As a way to observe and enlighten the Year of Mercy, the Archdiocese of Vilnus, Lithuania, has produced a film about the mysterious case of the original image of the Merciful Jesus, a painting that survived the Anti-Catholic occupation of Lithuania in the 1940s. Parishes can request a screening of the film by filling out this simple form.
  • Jason Evert on “Parenting for Purity” and “What’s Love?: The Catholic author will bring his message of chastity to Sacred Heart of Glyndon on April 14.  In these two talks, parents will hear about proven strategies to empower their children’s education and youth will get straight answers about dating, relationships, and sexual purity.

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