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July 27, 2009
The Spirituality of Discipleship Part II

In a talk before a live audience of catechetical leaders, youth ministers and campus ministers, Christine Bochen identifies elements of a spirituality of discipleship. She does so by using scriptures texts from the Gospels of Luke and John which feature the interaction of Martha and Mary with Jesus. 

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By Christine M. Bochen, Professor, William H. Shannon Chair in Catholic Studies, Nazareth College
Tags: Christine, Bochen, diocese, rochester, roman, catholic, religion, Scripture, spirituality, discipleship, contemplation
July 21, 2009
The Spirituality of Discipleship Part I

In a talk before a live audience of catechetical leaders, youth ministers and campus ministers, Christine Bochen identifies elements of a spirituality of discipleship. She does so by using scriptures texts from the Gospels of Luke and John which feature the interaction of Martha and Mary with Jesus.

 

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By Christine M. Bochen, Professor, William H. Shannon Chair in Catholic Studies, Nazareth College
Tags: Christine, Bochen, diocese, rochester, roman, catholic, religion, Scripture, spirituality, discipleship, contemplation
September 30, 2008
Formed by the Word – Part I

In a talk before a live audience of catechetical leaders, youth ministers, and campus ministers, Bishop Clark shares his personal reflections on how the Scriptures have formed his spiritual life.

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By Bishop Matthew Clark
September 30, 2008
Formed by the Word – Part II

In a talk before a live audience of catechetical leaders, youth ministers, and campus ministers, Bishop Clark shares his personal reflections on how the Scriptures have formed his spiritual life.

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By Bishop Matthew Clark
July 1, 2008
Spirituality of the Eucharist Part II

In a talk before a live audience of catechetical leaders and youth ministers, Fr. Patrick Van Durme, Military Chaplain from the Diocese of Rochester, explores the transforming power of the Eucharist and what it means to live as a menber of the Body of Christ in the world.

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By Fr. Patrick Van Durme
June 24, 2008
Spirituality of the Eucharist Part I

In a talk before a live audience of catechetical leaders and youth ministers, Fr. Patrick Van Durme, Military Chaplain from the Diocese of Rochester, explores the transforming power of the Eucharist and what it means to live as a menber of the Body of Christ in the world.

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By Fr. Patrick Van Durme
February 21, 2008
The Challenge of RCIA in a Parish Cluster

Chris Wensel, Pastoral Associate at Our Lady of the Lakes Catholic Community in Penn Yan, discusses the challenges that face R.C.I.A. groups in parish clusters spread out over a large geographic area. Individual instruction is key in this process and the use of certain Rites during the Mass has ensured that catechumens stay connected to the parish community. 

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By Chris Wensel
September 25, 2007
Holiness and the Tridentine "Latin" Mass

Fr. George Heyman, Professor and Director of Continuing Education at St. Bernard’s School of Theology and Ministry describes the historical development of the ritual forms of our Eucharistic celebration. He also explores highlights of Pope Benedict’s July 7, 2007 apostolic letter, “Summorum Pontificum”, concerning the use of the Tridentine Mass.

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By Fr. George Heyman
July 15, 2007
How and Why do Catholics Receive the Eucharist?

Thanksgiving and Community

  

Dr. David Stosur, Associate Professor at St. Bernard's School of Theology and Ministry, highlights one's attitude of thanksgiving, acceptance of the gift, how that changes and transforms our lives, and challenges us to be aware of the needs of the community

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By David Stosur
June 29, 2007
Minute Meditations

Got a minute ... for God?

  

Nancy DeRycke, Pastoral Administrator of Church of the Resurrection in Fairport, challenges listeners to give at least one minute of prayer out of each day. She describes practical methods for incorporating the one-minute meditation into one's daily life.

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By Nancy DeRycke