Attention Confirmation Coordinators:
The following message went out to Priests from the Archbishop’s Office: Spring Confirmation Information for Priests:
Attention Catechetical Leaders
Missed last week’s Virtual Gathering for Catechetical Leaders
? Join this week’s evening meeting on Wednesday, February 24 at 7:00 p.m.
Use this link (https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/554355133
) to join the meeting or you can dial in using your phone by calling: +1 (408) 650-3123, please use access code: 554-355-133
Upcoming Webinar from Parish Catalyst
Innovations in Catechesis
In our rapidly changing world, religious education must continually evolve in order to connect. Hear innovative ideas from catechetical leaders on both the parish and diocesan level.
New! Virtual Course in Basic Biblical Literacy
Making Sense of the Bible in the Catholic Tradition
is a six-week interactive opportunity to begin reading the Bible with greater understanding. Parishes and schools are invited to contact BJ Daly Horell to find out more: email@example.com
Please be sure to continue checking our Seasonal Resource Page
. This page is updated weekly and includes Lenten resources as well as information regarding upcoming feast days.
New items added to the Seasonal Resource Page this week:
Virtual Women’s Conference
There are just two sessions left for the 2020 Women’s Conference. The next session will be held on March 3, 2021 at 7:00 p.m.
Workshop: Breaking the Alabaster Jar: A Lenten Reflection
Presenter: Gail Bellucci, Coordinator for Parish Life, Archdiocese of Hartford
We will journey for a brief time with the mysterious woman of Bethany who anointed Jesus prior to his passion. What wisdom has she for us as we approach the reliving of Jesus’ suffering and death leading to the hope of Easter? Come and see!
Spiritual Breakout: God's Paintbrush Within Us - A Guided Meditation
Presentor: Noranne Wamester, Pastoral Associate and Director of Faith Formation, Incarnation Church, Wethersfield
From the very beginning of our existence, God gently held us and looked into our souls. Delighted with His creation, He took a paintbrush to accompany us as He wished to paint the moments of our lives, moments of grace, moments of challenge, moments of stress and moments of peace. Through the gift of guided meditation, we will journey to the depths of our souls and allow the hand of the Lord to become our Master Painter.