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God has called and gifted you for a mission. When you were baptized, you were given the presence of the Holy Spirit and charisms, gifts of the Holy Spirit that enable you to be a channel of God's love, truth, beauty, mercy, healing, and provision for others. The charisms that you have been given are important clues to your God-given mission in life and Holy Spirit empowered tools to enable you to live it!
The workshop includes recorded talks from the Catherine of Siena Institute, small group discussion, a spiritual gifts inventory, and lunch on Saturday. Participants must attend both days and find time for Sunday Mass.
Cost: $10 to help offset lunch and materials
Join us for a Catholic speaker series for young adults in their 20s & 30s, single and married, to share in food, fellowship, and faith!
Series Theme: Confronting a Broken World
Feb 5 – Sexual Abuse Crisis: What Can We Do? – Bishop Kevin C. Rhoades
Feb 12 – How Can Beauty Save the World? – Band of Men (including live music)
Feb 19 – Why Does God Allow Suffering? – Fr. Raphael Mary OP
Feb 26 – Religious Freedom or Discrimination? – Phillip Muñoz
Mar 5 – Mardi Gras: Mass & Party! – at St. Joseph Church, Mishawaka
Theme: You are enough.
Join us for a weekend of fellowship, healing, and spiritual growth! This year’s retreat is centered on the phrase "You are enough." As young adults, we can often find ourselves distracted by our busy lives and feel the pressure of never-ending expectations that leave us wondering how we will ever measure up. Can you relate? Come step away from the craziness of life to rediscover the truth of who you are, that you have a God who loves you just as you are, and that He in all His glory is enough for you.
Enjoy relevant talks, active breakout sessions, inspiring music, Confession, Mass, Adoration, healing prayer, and time to relax and socialize. Includes snacks, lunch and dinner on Saturday, and breakfast and lunch on Sunday.
Join a small group of 8-12 young adults for a weekly series of interactive "Alpha" sessions. Gatherings have three things in common: good food, an engaging talk, and lively discussion. Each week, a video looks at a different question in order to create conversation. It's an open, informal, and honest space to explore and discuss life's big questions.
The Abbey of Gethsemani, the Trappist monastery where Thomas Merton was a monk, is nestled in the heart of the Bourbon Trail, the historical epicenter of bourbon production. Come renew your spirit on this young adult pilgrimage which will explore the intersection of faith and culture, sacred and profane, spiritual and physical refreshment.
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