Friday, August 5, 2016

More Resources on Mother Teresa...

CRS.org/Mother Teresa for:


o   A prayer (in English and Spanish)

o   A handout about Mother Teresa’s story and legacy that can be printed in parish bulletins (in English and Spanish)

o   An intergenerational parish activity that is a great way to kick off the ministry year this fall
(Note: This session references the Option for the Poor video which will be live soon and certainly by the time people would be hosting these events.)

o   Videos of CRS staff and others sharing reflections about Mother Teresa (coming soon)

o   We also will be sharing stories and videos on our website and through social media as her canonization approaches

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Mother Teresa...A Whole Website on Her Life

Thanks Franciscan Media!

Visit here:

Mother Teresa

Monday, August 1, 2016

Eucharistic Congress Dates for Your Planning

March 24-25, 2017
March 16-17, 2018
March 29-20, 2019
March 20-21, 2020

Friday, July 15, 2016

University of Dayton Virtual School (VLCFF)

The Diocese of St. Augustine has joined in a partnership with the University of Dayton in order to offer even more choices for adult faith formation.  For those who are unaware, UD is a Marianist University with an excellent reputation for adult formation.  As a diocese, we are quite interested in their certificate program for Special Needs Formation, one of the few options for formation in this area. We plan to utilize this certificate program to enable our schools and parishes to adapt to the needs of each individual child and adult.   To learn more about VLCFF, you may watch this short YouTube:

https://youtu.be/fgIUmMKptS4

Encore through Boston College

Boston College School of Theology and Ministry offers a free video archive with over 100 titles.  It is searchable by author, date, or topic.  Some of their popular videos include:

"Thomas Merton:  A Prophet for our Times" by Colleen Griffith
"Reading the Hebrew Bible with Jesus" by Michael Simone, S.J.
"The Message of Mercy and its Importance Today" by Walter Cardinal Kasper

www.bc.edu/encore