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When: Sunday, September 14, 2014
Time: 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Where: Garden City Hotel, 45 Seventh Street, Garden City Long Island, NY 11530
Cost: Registration: $85
Details: Join Us… the School Sisters of Notre Dame, your former classmates, family and friends, for our upcoming multi-school reunion. Reminisce, renew friendships with sisters, hear what SSND is doing today, enjoy lunch and much more!
Flyer: School Sisters of Notre Dame
When: Thursday, Sept 25th
Time: 7pm - 8:30pm
Where: Church of St Paul the Apostle Parish Center
Cost: $35 course fee
Details: Presenting Jesus the Forgiving Victim: Listening for the Unheard Voice Time to Renew your personal faith, beyond the basics you already know. A course written by James Alison and presented by Fr. Frank Sabatté, CSP There will be 11 Thursday evening Sessions 7 - 8:30 PM starting September 25th $35 course fee Register by September 8, 2014 Take a journey of discovery that will open your mind to discovering new things about yourself and your faith. It is a journey from fake goodness, from a false and insecure self, to relaxing into a goodness and security not your own, but in which you discover yourself held. Jesus, the Forgiving Victim, will be a meaningful part of your journey toward a deeper faith and fuller life in Christ. Register at firstname.lastname@example.org
When: Friday, Sept. 26 - Saturday, Sept. 27, 2014
Time: 12PM Friday, Sept. 26 - 6PM Saturday, Sept. 27
Where: Fordham University Lincoln Center Campus
Cost: $395.00 ($445.00 after Sept. 12, 2014) Accompanying Person, 1 guest at discount price $125.00 ($175.00 after Sept. 12, 2014)
Details: Fordham University Graduate Program in International Political Economy and Development(IPED)and CAPP-USA* jointly sponsor a conference: "Poverty and Development: a Catholic Perspective." The CAPP/Fordham conference will bring together international specialists, authorities and professionals who will highlight poverty and development issues raised by Pope Francis, address their implications, and suggest specific responses/ ways they might be realized. Pope Francis has said: “While encouraging the development of a better world, we cannot remain silent about the scandal of poverty in its various forms: Violence, exploitation, discrimination, marginalization, restrictive approaches to fundamental freedoms, whether of individuals or of groups.” (Pope Francis, Message for the World Day of Migrants and Refugees, 5 August 2013) Also, “[I]n order to achieve a just and lasting solution…it is not just a question of responding to immediate emergencies”. Rather, the solution requires “an effort to ensure that an ever greater number of persons are economically independent.” (Pope Francis, Message for World Food Day 2013, 16 October 2013) The conference will react to His Holiness’ appeals to the international community to cooperate in creating a “better world.” It will propose ways to respond to “immediate emergencies” as well as creating “just and lasting solutions.” Pope Francis is also quite clear that “without fraternity it is impossible to build a just society and a solid and lasting peace.” He calls for “weaving a fabric of fraternal relationships marked by reciprocity, forgiveness and complete self-giving, according to the breadth and the depth of the love of God offered to humanity.” (Pope Francis, Message for the World Day of Peace, 1 January 2014, 1 and 10) Of special note: The outcomes, discussions and conclusions of this conference will be combined with those of *FCAPP’s **May (2014) Conference and an October meeting in Dublin into a paper for presentation and discussion with Pope Francis and circulated to universities, economic organizations and research centers. (CAPP-USA is the US affiliate of *(FCAPP) Fondazione Centesimus Annus Pro Pontifice, the Vatican Foundation established by St. John Paul II in 1993 as a vehicle for lay catholic leaders in Business, Academia and the Professions to implement Catholic Social teaching. **The 2014 May FCAPP Rome conference (held annually) title/subject was a direct response to Pope Francis' request to FCAPP at the 2013 conference “to give solidarity its citizenship” -- to give “Solidarity” a human face.
When: Saturday, September 27
Time: 9:00AM to 5:00PM
Where: St. Joseph Seminary
Cost: Youth Minister FREE, $10 for each core member
Details: Empower is a training for youth ministers and Core Members in the best practices in youth ministry (small groups, relational ministry, Edge / Life Nights, etc.). Our goal remains simple: to help parishes lead teens closer to Christ.