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Lenten Mission Day Two

February 26, 2010

SIN, CONSCIOUSNESS & DISSENT (Part Two of a Five Part Series)

The underlying prayer and hope of this Lenten Mission is to reconcile all the things that keep us from, or diminish our relationship with God through the Church.  The issues range from personal to hot-button issues that the media frequently brings to the forefront.  Whatever they are, Lent is a great time to understand and let go of these obstacles.

As we continue into day two, the foundation of our faith is understood a little more.  Now that we have answered why we believe in God and go to Mass (answered in day one), we turned towards the ideas that support our faith:  scripture and reconciliation.  In order to do this, we must ask:
  • What do we learn about salvation in The Bible?
  • What are the roles of scripture and tradition working together?
  • What does it mean for my relationship with God if I disagree with the Church?
  • How has our understanding of sin and reconciliation changed since Vatican II?
  • Why did God create us with a capacity to sin in the first place?

You are invited to join us as we frame these questions and discover the answers that we have never before been able to articulate.

(NOTE:  this recording is 68 minutes.  The first half is a 48 minute presentation and the second half is a question and answer period lasting 20 minutes)

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2 comments

  1. Thank you for posting the lenten mission. I came once and have been sick every since. I did so want to make this mission. The first one was great. am sure the rest will be to as I get o listen to them.
    God bless you have a nice week


  2. Thank you for posting the lenten mission. I came once and have been sick every since. I did so want to make this mission. The first one was great.I am sure the rest will be to, as I get to listen to them.
    God bless you have a nice week

    by Norma Moss March 11, 2010



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