2020 Vision: Seeing with the Heart
“Encountering others with Grace”
with Toni Vilardi and Brian Freel
March 8 at 7:30-9:00 p.m. - Church Sanctuary
Our tradition is full of stories about welcoming, like Abraham welcoming the three strangers in Genesis. More recently in stories of saints and holy people becoming part of a new community. We are asked to welcome others as an act of charity. Lent is a time to become attentive to our own lives and a time for us to act in love in a new way. How far are you willing to go to make someone feel welcome? Join us for a Lenten Evening of Reflection on what it means to be welcoming as a church.
This is for anyone who is interested in learning more about how the Second Vatican Council formed and shaped Pope Francis' views on his role as leader and Spiritual Father of the Catholic Church.
Mondays at 7:45 p.m., Adult Ed/ OCI Room
Pope Francis: Product of Vatican II
with Marie LaSalle
Upcoming Dates for the Vatican II Class:
February 24, March 2,16,23,30
Join us in the FLC on the First Monday of the Month for Coffee and Chat! No Need to sign up, but do BYOM. (bring your own mug) to help us reduce, reuse and take care of our common home.
The Catholic understanding of “the common good” is founded on the dignity, unity and equality of all people. As Christians, we have a responsibility to love and care for everyone around us, both near and far. Father Brian will tell us about his experiences with, and his work as a Global Fellow for Catholic Relief Services, the people he encountered, their stories and the steps the church is taking in order to assist the common good of others. What does it mean to be a Global and Domestic Citizen? Join us for this discussion on:
Monday, March 9 at 7:30 p.m. in the AE/OCI Room
The Common Good
presented by Father Brian McNavish
For more information about this event: www.transfiguration.com/refugee.
We are looking for volunteers to help with the Refugee Weekend at Transfiguration for the weekend of March 14-15.
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