Holy Family Catholic Community Advent Study
December 8, 2017 - December 22, 2017
Friday, December 15, 22
Holy Family Hall
Lead by various members of the Priest Team
Advent is a season to prepare the way for Christ at Christmas time, something that can be easy to lose sight of amidst the busyness of the season.
In the ANIMA (Latin for “Soul”) series, Bishop Donald Hying leads us through an inspiring account of how God’s plan for the world gives each of us great dignity and purpose. He recounts that through Christ’s Incarnation, Resurrection, and the Institution of the Church, God reveals the meaning of all life. Accompanied by stirring music, stunning videography, and insightful narration, this three-part series will instigate further meditation on how you can respond to Christ’s sacrifice and continue carrying out his mission in his Church.
In the first session, “Crux,” on December 8, we will explore the most fundamental question of the human heart: What is the purpose of my life? Traditionally, the Church focuses on the virtue of hope during the first week of Advent. We have so much to hope for because the answer to the fundamental question of our hearts will be answered in the most unexpected way; in a manger on a starry night in Bethlehem.
Can’t make all of the sessions? Go to Formed.org and enter parish code DN64VD to complete the sessions on your own
(Click on Study, Faith Formation and ANIMA). Or click the gray 'View Page' button below for a direct link!
Questions? Please call Sabina at 921-0580 or firstname.lastname@example.org.