Growing in Faith Together
From the Office of Evangelization and Catechesis
Science, Common Sense, and the Sacred
July 13-16 & July 20-23
Jonathan Lunine, Chair of the Astronomy Department at Cornell and vice-president of the Society of Catholic Scientists will conduct a two-week short course titled “Science, Common Sense, and the Sacred: Understanding the Relationship of Science and Faith." The course will have eight one-hour online (Zoom) sessions. Each session will be self-contained, with time for questions in each session. Join one or all the sessions, as time permits. A reservation is needed so that you can receive a Zoom invitation. To make a reservation, click here. Reservations should be made by July 10.
Young Adult Bible Study
Individuals 18-35 are invited to a Bible study organized by the Auburn area young adult ministry. Read/discuss passages from the Bible and Church documents while enjoying fellowship with other young adults. For more information, please click here.
Parking Lots & Patron(esse)s- COMING THIS SUMMER!
Harvesting Justice & Peace
Our duty as Catholics to join our brothers and sisters in crying out for justice and peace continues. Below you will find some resources, including a video of Fr. Ray Fleming, a priest from our diocese, that we hope help you understand what is happening in our country and our church.
A Prayer for Our Nation
Called & Gifted- The World Awaits Your Yes!
OSV Innovation Talks- Bruce Lee Was A Master Evangelist
Companions on the Journey
Sign up to be a Prayer Partner for another Young Adult
Looking for another personal way to pray during this time while making a new connection? Sign up to be a prayer partner for another young adult. We will provide you with a name and email address of another young adult that you can pray with and for.
The Cardinal Bernardin New Leadership Award
House of Mercy Needs Your Help
"It's not about how much you do, but how much love you put into what you do that counts."
- Mother Teresa-
Check out the resources below to keep your faith strong this week and the weeks to come!