Door of Mercy Announced

November 24, 2015

We will soon begin a special short study, beginning the week after Thanksgiving. It will run only for the first two weeks of December. We offer it as an Advent meditation and in preparation for the Jubilee year. The great mercy of God in Christ is our subject. What a subject!

In our study we will examine the scriptural underpinnings of Pope Francis’ call for a Year of Mercy (which begins on the Feast of the Immaculate Conception on December 8th). Our objective will be to take this key biblical theme more deeply to heart and to offer practical steps to enter more fully into the spiritual potential of this Jubilee year.  As usual classes will be held in three locations: Tuesday nights at St. John Fisher college from 7:15 to 8:45, Wednesday nights in Charlotte from 7:15 to 8:45, and Thursday mornings at the St. Irenaeus Center from 9:30 to 11:00.

You should be getting a flyer on this in the mail. Please let us know if you don’t. And please consider joining us for this Advent meditation.

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