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News & Events
INVITATION TO INQUIRY
Our RCIA ministry has produced this new video inviting people to “take the first step” and come to our Inquiry sessions. Several recent “neophytes” and “newly confirmed” tell the stories of what moved them to come and why they continued. Only 8 minutes long, it can now be accessed here on our parish website or on YouTube . Please take a few minutes to watch it, then consider to whom you could send the link, or refer them to our website. Help us spread this invitation!
FALL EVENTS at Bellarmine Chapel
Here's a list of all the events coming up at Bellarmine through Dec. 10, 2017
JOHN O'MALLEY LECTURE
On Friday, September 22, at 7 PM, we will have the privilege of hearing the reflections of Fr. John O’Malley, S.J. (renowned scholar and author of The First Jesuits, What Happened at Vatican II, and The Jesuits: A History from Ignatius to the Present, among many others books) who will address the topic: “Looking at Vatican II through the Eyes of Pope Francis". This conversation promises to be very important for us as a parish as we move into the future.
For resources and readings for his September 22 lecture, please click here.
Join us on Sunday, October 1 for our annual parish picnic. Click on the above link for more information.
TIME: 3 PM until around 8 PM
MASS: Celebrated at 4 PM (Rain or shine–we’ll be indoors if necessary!)
PICNIC: Following Mass
ACTIVITIES: Fun and Games for All Ages
DIRECTIONS: I-74 West to Montana Ave. Exit
Left on Montana Ave.
Right on Westwood Northern Boulevard
Look for entrance to Maple Ridge Lodge on right
“Moral Economies and Catholic Thought” Sunday, Sept. 24 & Oct. 1, 10:10- 10:55 AM and 5:45- 6:45 PM in Room 19, Hailstones Hall. Please read these articles to prepare; facilitated by John Sniegocki
ADULT FAITH FORMATION PROGRAMS
Here are the Adult Faith Formation programs we are offering this fall.