Thursday, December 18, 2008

Fr. Corapi's 50 week series on the Catechism to be held at St. John the Baptist in New Brighton

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Catechism of the Catholic Church

50-week Video Series by Fr John Corapi

Beginning January 8, 2009

St. John the Baptist Men’s Fellowship will be presenting Fr. John Corapi's 50-week series on the Catechism of the Catholic Church. This series synthesizes the Catholic Church's official Catechism into a series of one hour presentations that will be presented each week. "

A sure norm for teaching the faith," as Pope John Paul II calls it, the Catechism of the Catholic Church is the benchmark for all Catholic doctrinal and moral teaching. Broadcast and used in over 100 countries throughout the world, this series by Father Corapi has helped countless people to love and know the Catholic faith better.

WHEN: Thursday, 6:30 – 7:30 a.m.
St. John the Baptist Catholic Church
835 2nd Avenue. NW
New Brighton, MN 55112


WHO: All men interested in deepening their understanding of the Catholic faith.

QUESTIONS: Call Dave at 612-616-4013

Program schedule available at www.SJBmen.org

4 comments:

Cathy_of_Alex said...

Great, Ray! Another event Crazy Mama and I need to crash!!!!

Is there food at this event?

Ray from MN said...

I'll have to check the menu, Cath, but I suppose at 6 a.m. there won't be too much besides "everything omelets", "all-you-can-eat pancakes" and hefty Ham 'n Cheese bagel sandwiches and lots of strong black coffee.

gette said...

I love Fr Corapi! Y'all have all the best events!

Ray from MN said...

Gette:

This "appearance" will only be on video, using the series he gave only once ten or fifteen years ago in Sacramento. But it is well worth viewing. It is the same one that EWTN shows on Sunday evenings at 8:00 your time.

And it is wonderful, going page by page through the CCC that was first printed in English in 1994.

I don't think Fr. Corapi is traveling much anymore. For one thing, I believe he has a severe hearing problem. And he is getting older. I suppose he is in his early 60s.