As part of the New Evangelization it is important that both the laity and the ordained continually challenge ourselves to infuse the Gospel into our culture. This new interactive monthly webinar is designed to explore a variety of topics related to the joys and challenges that we experience in the face of Jesus’ challenge to “Go, and make disciples…”.
Tune in and participate in the interactive content. You can ask questions and engage in discussion around topics of interest to you. Or just sign up and keep it on in the background while you work and tune in when something catches your ear.
Sign up today…it’s FREE! Each webinar will take place from 2:30pm – 3:30pm and will be recorded. In order to receive the recording, you must be sure to register even if you can’t attend the live session.
For more information, or to register, click HERE.
Join us for a day on, not off, in celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. More details to follow.
Of all the pains that life can hand us, arguable the most searing is the death of a child. A parent’s world irrevocably and horrifically changes forever. As Jesus joined his distraught disciples on the road to Emmaus after his crucifixion, we ask him to join us as we struggle through this horrendous journey of grief daily.
To meet the spiritual needs of Catholic parents whose children of any age have died by any cause – no matter how long ago – the Diocese of Richmond now offers the Emmaus Ministry for Grieving Parents. A unique, faith-based program providing spiritual retreats for grieving parents offered by grieving parents, Emmaus Ministry offers a safe place where you can find peace, comfort, and hope.
Join us in a warm and loving environment with others who know something of your pain.
The Four Winds of Richmond Kateri Circle is an intertribal group whose purpose is to promote Native American Spirituality within the Catholic Church. Under the guidance of the Diocese of Richmond we are affiliated with the Tekakwitha Conference, an organization that advocates for peace and justice in Indigenous Communities. If you are Native American, come from a family of Native American Heritage, and/or are interested in working with this ministry you’re invited to join us as we gather to promote and support our Native American brothers and sisters. See links below for more information about this vibrant ministry.