Saturday, January 23, 2016
During this extended formation and justice education process, groups employ books, videos, guest speakers, discussion, prayer, retreats, and hands-on experiences. Participants also form a community and share a journey of faith and compassion that is life-giving and challenging. Contact our parish office to sign up.(This information is paraphrased from
January 23 – March 12, 2016: God’s Creation Cries for Justice Sign up deadline: January 9, 2016
The approach to global climate change by the Catholic Coalition on Climate Change and the Catholic Bishops’ Environmental Justice Program has been to focus on the themes of prudence, poverty, and the common good, as well as Catholic social teaching. This 8-session module expands and explores these principles and has a strong emphasis on the impact climate change will have on the poor at home and abroad. It draws out arguments for and against action, and demonstrates—through both faith and science—the hazards to poor people of doing nothing. Pope’s Francis’ recent Encyclical is a powerful reference for this module.
Questions and Sign up: Contact Okey Anyanwu at the Parish Office: 763-762-7417 or e-mail: