Tag: Discipleship

The stakes of discipleship

The stakes of discipleship

| June 6, 2018 | 0 Comments

The Jesus of the Gospels is direct and challenging, even as the words he says are full of truth and light and grace. He is the Prince of Peace, but it is a hard peace, the price of which is too much for many — total surrender to the will of God, a will that includes the forgiveness of enemies, genuine love of the poor and a resolutely humble heart.

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Be inspired by Mary, Christ’s first lay disciple, pope tells laypeople

Be inspired by Mary, Christ’s first lay disciple, pope tells laypeople

| Carol Glatz | May 10, 2018 | 0 Comments

During a quick morning visit to Tuscany, Pope Francis praised two lay communities there that are dedicated to living out the Gospel values of reciprocal love and cooperation.

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FORMED fuels discipleship in archdiocesan parishes

FORMED fuels discipleship in archdiocesan parishes

| May 10, 2017 | 2 Comments

One-size-fits-all faith formation programs don’t exist, but a new online platform called FORMED has taken a serious stab at providing a wealth of resources to fit with the hectic lives of parishioners.

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‘Missionary discipleship’ focus of third Formation Day

‘Missionary discipleship’ focus of third Formation Day

| March 15, 2016 | 0 Comments

When local parish leaders gather at Pax Christi in Eden Prairie April 14 to hear from the authors of “Rebuilt: The Story of a Catholic Parish,” it will be the third time they’ve come together to explore the topics of discipleship and evangelization.

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