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Click here for detailed information about 2016-2017 Diocese of Saginaw retreats and enrichment opportunities at the Center for Ministry in Saginaw. The registration form can be found at the end of the brochure or click here

 

                                                 Upcoming Events

Monthly Diocesan Men’s Faith-Sharing Night: Bishop Barron’s Series on the Saints,

The Pivotal Players

 Date of first meeting:  On the 3rd Wednesday of each month through April, 2017, except December)

Time:  7:00 – 8:15 p.m.

Location:  Center for Ministry

Cost:  Freewill offering

Dr. Dan Osborn, Director of the Center for Ministry, will offer men of the diocese an opportunity to view Bishop Barron’s new DVD series on the saints, The Pivotal Players. There will also be time for faith-sharing in small groups after viewing the DVD. Please note: this series is not sequential; if someone cannot come on a particular Wednesday evening, they are welcome to attend on other evenings. No prior registration is needed.

  

RCIA:  Period of Evangelization & Precatechumenate (“Inquiry”)

Date:  Saturday, January 28, 2017

This workshop has been canceled . . . 

 

 

Catholicism and Other Christian Denominations: 50 Years of Dialogue

Presenter:  John Schultz

Date:  Saturday, February 11, 2017

Time:  9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Location:  Center for Ministry

Cost:  $35 (includes lunch)

Registration deadline: Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Exactly 500 years ago this October, Martin Luther lit the fuse to what would become the explosive Protestant Reformation. It has now been over 50 years since Pope Paul VI, together with the Council bishops gathered at Vatican II, promulgated the Decree on Ecumenism. This document was monumental in that it signaled a major shift in the attitude of Catholics toward their separated Christian brothers and sisters. This seminar will look back at developments in the area of Christian dialogue and cooperation in recent decades, plus offer an outline of the historical background, beliefs and practices of other mainline Christian denominations. John Schultz is a long-time faculty member of the diocesan Lay Ministry Program.

 

 

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