A Change in Plans for Tomorrow

 

Hello Everyone,

I wanted to share with you that unfortunately our planned speaker for tomorrow for the Forty Hours Devotion will no longer be able to speak due to a confirmed CO-VID exposure.  We were looking forward to having Kristen Soley here to share her presentations and certainly hope to have her speak to us in the future.

However, we are excited to share that we have lined up some other wonderful speakers and presentations for tomorrow.  The presenters will be Angela Jendro and Paul Dull.

Angela will speak at Saint Timothy’s at 10:00 A.M. on “God’s Mighty Deeds” and at 2:00 P.M. on “Because of His Name”.  Paul will close out the speakers that day with a presentation at 6:30 P.M. at Saint Ignatius.

Angela Jendro is a Catholic theology teacher, writer, and speaker. She has a masters degree from the University of St Thomas in Catholic Studies and 20 years experience of teaching the faith. She also lives her faith in the vocation of marriage and motherhood.  At present she has been teaching at Providence Academy for the last 9 years. More simply though, she is a disciple of Christ. You can access more of her writings and reflections on her website taketimeforhim.com.

Paul Dull holds a BS in Biology from the University of Michigan, a Master’s in
K-12 Educational Administration from Michigan State University, and a philosophy degree from Sacred Heart Major Seminary.  Mr. Dull served as a lay missionary for over ten years.  As an adjunct professor of Sacred Heart Major Seminary he has taught Sacred Scripture for the Catholic Biblical School of Michigan. An international expert in spiritual formation, virtue development and the new evangelization, he did college campus ministry at the University of Michigan, the University of Costa Rica, as well as the University of the Philippines.  He also directed “Tahanan ng Panginoon”. an outreach to the youth of the squatter towns of Manila, The Philippines.  He currently serves as the principal of St. Raphael Catholic School in Crystal, MN.
We hope that you can join us tomorrow afternoon and evening to take some time for the Lord and to grow in your faith and prayer, especially in this season of Lent.  God bless.
Father Meyer

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