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The Call To Christian Happiness CD Set

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Christ promised his burden would be light. If you're more familiar with the burden end of that statement, it's time to experience the lightness. In this provocative, refreshingly original presentation, Fr. Michael and Sherry explore the meaning and method of Christian happiness. Drawing upon the teachings of C.S. Lewis, John Paul II, St. Thomas Aquinas, Venerable John Henry Newman, and others. Four hours - 3 CD's - Digitally mastered for clarity and quality. Includes notes and extensive outline all in an attractive bookshelf package.

Forming Intentional Disciples: Path to Know and Follow Jesus

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How can we transmit a living, personal Catholic faith to future generations? By coming to know Jesus Christ, and following him as his disciples.
There are immense challenges facing the Church today.
Follow author Sherry Weddell through the steps that will help Catholics make the conscious choice to follow Jesus as his disciples, transforming parish life and ultimately the life of the whole Church.

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Making Disciples
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Milwaukee WI - Archdiocese of Milwaukee
Saturday, January 18, 2014, 08:30am - 04:30pm
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Making Disciples
trains parish leaders to foster the awakening of personal faith in Christ and intentional discipleship. Making Disciples will help you learn:

How intentional discipleship differs from and fosters Catholic identity and is the source of the spiritual life and foundation of effective pastoral ministry.

How discipleship makes catechesis a life-changing experience.

How to introduce post-modern people to Jesus and the Church.

How to recognize the pre-discipleship stages of spiritual growth, How to facilitate spiritual growth in the baptized and non-baptized.

 


Ways of sharing your own personal witness ad the "Great Story" of Jesus in gentle, intriguing, and non-threatening ways.

How the charisms help spiritual seekers make the journey to intentional discipleship.

How parish based evangelization processes and other existing parish programs can help create a parish culture of discipleship.

How to integrate these evangelizing skills and concepts into the full spectrum of parish life and ministry.

 

The evangelizing awareness and skills learned in Making Disciples are being used by diocesan and parish leaders as part of Catholics Come Home outreaches, in RCIA, evangelization, young adult and campus ministry, gifts and vocational discernment, and in nearly any kind of ministry situation imaginable.   These skills are also being used by Catholics with family, friends, and co-workers in secular settings.

 

Location : Archdiocese of Milwaukee John Paul II Center PO Box 070912 Milwaukee WI 53207-0912
Contact : Rich Harter (414) 758-2215 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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