Missionary parishes transform lives and yield a growing army of disciples for whom worship and sacraments come to life and whose ministry and service flourishes.
You are invited to a series of interactive sessions with global leaders in missionary parish renewal. From the fireside comfort of your home, be inspired by a hope-filled vision for your parish and discuss practical ideas with fellow leaders.
First four fortnightly sessions: Thursdays 2 July, 16 July, 30 July & 13 August
Fr Stephen Langridge Formerly vocations director for the Southwark Diocese, Fr Stephen is parish priest of St Elizabeth of Portugal parish in Richmond, London. Effectively engaging with the young families in his “nappy valley” parish, Fr Stephen is excited about the difference that leading a “missional” parish is making to his leadership and his priesthood.
Dr Mary Healy has made it her mission to see renewal in Christian hearts everywhere. One of the first three women to be appointed a member of the Pontifical Biblical Commission, she is a professor of Sacred Scripture at Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit. Dr Healy is an international speaker on topics related to Scripture, evangelization, healing, and the spiritual life.
Fr James Mallon is passionate about building parishes that prioritise the formation of missionary disciples. Author of “Divine Renovation: from a maintenance to a missional parish” and “Divine Renovation: Beyond the Parish”, he is Episcopal Vicar for Parish Renewal and Leadership Support for the Archdiocese of Halifax-Yarmouth, Nova Scotia and founded the Divine Renovation Ministry which supports of parishes throughout the world in their efforts towards renewal and transformation.
Bishop Nicholas Hudson is an Auxiliary Bishop in the Archdiocese of Westminster in London, where he has oversight of the offices for Evangelisation and Youth. Bishop Nicholas has a passion for forming parish evangelisation teams that seek to initiate effective evangelising initiatives and mobilise missionary outreach.
Thursday, July 2, 2020
to Friday, July 3, 20209:30pm
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