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Palm Sunday Musical Offering SUNDAY at 2:00 p.m. featuring Cathedral Cantor Gabrielle Doran.
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Extraordinary Blessing Urbi et Orbi by Pope Francis- Click here to read his text in English.
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Men's Association Retreat(s)
2019 Men's Association Retreat
Priestly Fatherhood in the Domestic Church
Saturday, February 16, 2019 - 8:00am to Noon
Join the Cathedral Men's Association and retreat leader Stephen Hilgendorf (Director of Faith Formation at the Cathedral of St. Paul) for a morning of mass, fellowship, and formation. This day, and the talks included will focus on the lay vocation of the man, how we are called to emulate and conform our lives to Christ in our Marriages and daily activities, and how to Enculturate the Gospel in our daily lives and the World. This event is FREE OF CHARGE to all those who wish to participate, however a free will offering will be accepted and is greatly appreciated to help continue valubale formation such as these morning retreats.
Saturday, February 16, 2019
8:00 am - Noon
Schedule of the Day:
Mass - Main Church
Continental Breakfast - Hayden Hall
Lecture and Q&A - Hayden Hall
About the Presentations:
The Domestic Church
Becoming Catholic, The Mystery of Marriage, and Enculturating the Gospel
The Domestic Priesthood
Putting on Christ: Being a Disciple, Homoadorans (Worshiping Man), and Salvation is the Goal
About the Speaker:
Stephen was raised Pentecostal, and became Anglican in college. After graduating seminary at Nashotah House, he served as an Anglican Priest in the Twin Cities. Stephen and his family were received into full communion with the Catholic Church in 2017. He currently serves as the Director of Faith Formation at the Cathedral of St. Paul in St. Paul.
If you have any questions about the event, please reach out to Dave Hueller (612) 804-0560 or John Mosner (651) 459-1949