Everyone is welcome to St. Joseph's Parish Mission with Dc. Ralph this December
"The Lord is Risen, do you Believe?"
Goal for the Mission:
Four nights of sound, practical and motivational teachings that will not only help you understand what we do as Catholics but also lead you to the transforming power of a viable relationship with Christ. We want to move you from a boring, obligatory faith to a life-giving, healing faith centered on a relationship with Jesus Christ, through the power of the Holy Spirit.
Saturday, December 10th - Deacon Ralph will be doing a special training of disciples for ANYONE who is feeling the call to go deeper with the Lord. The event is from 9:00am - 3:00pm. To RSVP please email Dan Downes at firstname.lastname@example.org
The rest of the Parish Mission nights will be starting at 6:30pm in the church
Sunday. December 11th - “Are You In or Just Playing Church?” – This talk will practically identify where each person truly is in their faith journey. We will put together the puzzle pieces of our Faith so that all can clearly see how our Catholic faith is supposed to lead us into a passionate relationship with Christ.
Monday, December 12th - “Why Our Faith Has Made Little Sense Thus Far.” – This presentation will unmask the formation we have already received, and you won’t like what you find out. By the time we graduate from high school, we are fully formed not to be what we were created to be.
Tuesday, December 13th - “Are We Committed to Truth or Lies?” – This presentation on Spiritual Warfare will continue to reveal how Satan attempts to corrupt our spiritual lives so that we reject God’s will for our lives.
Wednesday. December 14th - “Becoming a Disciple of Jesus Christ” – This
presentation concludes the series by providing practical instruction on becoming a disciple of Jesus Christ. The parable of the Sower reveals to us that around 75% of those in attendance at the mission will lose the fire they gained within a couple of weeks. The journey into discipleship is not easy and requires support to continue. Those who are serious about keeping their relationship with Christ alive and well will need to learn the fundamentals needed to grow in Christ.