A beautiful characteristic of our Church is its seasons. They are like the movements of a great symphony, gracefully flowing from one to the other, bringing the emotion and meaning of the music to the listener. For the Church, the flow of its seasons is similar. From the joy of the Lord’s Nativity at the Christmas season to the hope of eternal life at Easter time, the Church’s seasons help bring the presence of the Holy Trinity to life in ways that keep the flame of faith burning within our hearts.
Let’s review and reflect on theme four: Option for the Poor and Vulnerable.
Let’s review and reflect on theme two: Call to Family, Community, and Participation.
Let’s review and reflect on theme one: Life and Dignity of the Human Person.
Summer’s a cool time to review a hot topic – the 7 themes of Catholic Social Teaching.
St. Noel will be hosting a week-long camp for our youth in grades 6-8 and we are assembling a team of young adult leaders who will work together to plan and facilitate the camp.