June 10 – July 21, 2023
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We welcome you to join us for Sunday Mass either in person or virtually.
- If you are not feeling well or have symptoms of COVID-19 or any other contagious illness, we ask that you participate from home.
2023 Virtual Mass Series: 9 am ET – complete the Registration Form once and you will receive a ZOOM Link each Sunday – Click to Register for the 2023 Virtual Mass Series
Mass Schedule: Click to View our Mass Schedule
Recordings of Mass can be accessed on our YouTube Page
Saturdays at 2 pm (ET – USA)
Please note that you need to register for each session separately. The small groups are an integral part of the Lectio and while there is an option on the registration form for you to opt-out of the small groups, we really encourage your participation.
June 10 – Anne O’Leary, PBVM – Click to Register
June 17 – Bonnie Thurston – Click to Register
July 8 – Sarah Kohles, OSF – Click to Register
August 12 – Dianne Bergant, CSA – Click to Register
September 9 – Jaime Waters – Click to Register
September 23 – Sandra Schneiders, IHM – Click to Register
October 7 – M. Shawn Copeland – Click to Register
October 21 – Pat Parachini, SNJM – Click to Register
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Christian Meditation Group
Every Monday at 6 pm ET
Most Thursdays at 7 pm ET – View our Calendar
Bible Study with Joseph Jensen, Ph.D.
Monday Evenings 7:15-9:00 pm over Zoom
The Book of Ezekiel
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A Spirituality of Nonviolence
Margaret Pfeil, PhD
Margaret R. Pfeil, a founding member of St. Peter Claver Catholic Worker community in South Bend, Indiana, holds a joint appointment in the Theology Department and in the Center for Social Concerns at University of Notre Dame, where she is also a fellow of the Joan B. Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies. Her research interests include: Catholic social thought, racial justice, ecological ethics, ecumenical dialogue, and peace studies.
In this lecture, Prof. Pfeil will reflect on The Beatitudes as a “field manual” for nonviolence. Her presentation will be followed by a period of discussion, in which participants will be invited to consider taking up a daily practice of nonviolence. Time for Q&A will follow.
Synodal Listening Sessions
We are grateful to all who participated in our Synodal Listening Sessions. To access the resources we used as well as the participant feedback: Click Here
Transforming Spirituality In a Time of Plague
Engaging the Thought of Constance FitzGerald, OCD
November 12-13, 2021