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October 4th Special Event at Saint Linus

We are all familiar with the question that Jesus asks in Scripture, "Who do people say that I am?" It is a question that believers may ponder in some way every day.

On October 4th our Parish Collaborative is offering an evening of spiritual development that poses the question"Who is Jesus Christ to you?" By way of conference, prayer and sharing we will ask God's assistance in answering the question and rededicating ourselves to search for His presence in our lives each day. Hopefully the evening will be a special opportunity to be strengthened in our faith and in our witness as Catholics.

Mark your calendars and join us for Fr. Dan O’Connell’s lecture on ‘Who is Jesus Christ to You?’

Wednesday, October 4, 2017 at 7:00 – 8:30 pm at St. Linus Church
With light refreshments immediately following in the Lower Church Hall

Father Dan O’Connell is a priest of the Archdiocese of Boston, the city in which he was born and currently lives. He was educated at Catholic schools in Somerville and Cambridge, where the beauty of the Word of God was first introduced.

Father Dan is currently pastor of Corpus Christi - St Bernard Parish in Newton, as well as Associate Director of the Office of Worship and Spiritual Life located in the Archdiocese’s Pastoral Center. He teaches homiletics through the office of Permanent Diaconate of the Archdiocese.

In 1989, Father Dan shot the pilot episode of Catholic TV’s award-winning show We've Got To Talk. It is currently the longest-running studio series in the history of the Catholic TV Network. Father Dan is the recipient of the 1997 Proclaim Award from the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops for Excellence in Catholic Television Broadcasting.


 ***Save the date: November 4, 2017 for our next event:  A Day Retreat, featuring speaker:

Jaymie Stuart Wolfe on ‘TIME AT THE FAMILY TABLE’.  More details to come!


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