“Fiat” is a Latin word that refers to Mary’s response to the angel Gabriel, “May it be done to me according to your word” (Luke 1:38). The goal of Fiat Days is to bring high school aged women together who desire to grow in faithful discipleship and personal holiness to be better able to discover their own vocation from the Lord, with a special focus on the call to religious life. We will be joined by religious sisters from several communities for this three-day retreat.
For more information, contact the Office for Evangelization.
Are you looking to be inspired, informed and invigorated? This one day conference is designed to empower and equip you with all aspects of evangelization; personal and public. Our dynamic speakers will cover topics that include evangelization, youth and young adult ministry, marriage and family life, adult formation and life and dignity of the human person. And of course, good food! Guest speakers and presenters include: Bishop Martin D. Holley, Fr. Maurice Emelu, Dr. Diana Hayes, Valimar Jansen. A full listing of presenters and workshop titles will be available shortly. Register now!
“For the brother and sister of our Brother Jesus Christ are brother and sister to us.” Brothers and Sisters to Us, U.S. Catholic Bishops, 1979
Please join the Office for Black Catholics (OBC) and the Office of Social Ministries (OSM) for our monthly “Rosary for Racial Justice and Reconciliation”. OBC and OSM will be hosting these monthly rosaries throughout 2018. This rosary is meant to aid in our efforts toward racial harmony through prayer, the first step in addressing and eliminating the sin of racism that wounds the family of God. To join via teleconference: (844) 572-5683, ext. 4828689.