Monday, April 20, 2009

Gilbert Columnist speaking in Chicago

Gilbert columnist David Fagerberg is participating in an upcoming conference in the Chicago Archdiocese:

The Liturgical Institute presents

Liturgy, Justice and Social Reconstruction
April 24, 2009

A one day conference restoring the link between the grace given in the Sacred Liturgy and the renewal of society. Find out more.
The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, “…it is not easy for man, wounded by sin, to maintain moral balance.” Grace is therefore necessary to purify and elevate these human acts, and the surest font of grace is the sacred liturgy. Real societal reconstruction, often called “social justice,” is only possible when connected to the Church’s worship. More than secular social work or political activism alone, societal reconstruction grows from the inspiration of the Holy Spirit to make human beings the “hands” of Christ so that in a life of virtue, we may love our neighbor as ourselves for the love of God.

Please join the Liturgical Institute and the following speakers as we address this topic:
Dr. David Fagerberg, University of Notre Dame; Reverend Dennis Gill, Office of Worship, Archdiocese of Philadelphia; Dr. Elizabeth Nagel, Mundelein Seminary; Reverend Edward Oakes, SJ, Mundelein Seminary; Reverend Martin Zielinski, Mundelein Seminary

WHEN: April 24, 2009
WHERE: University of Saint Mary of the Lake/Mundelein Seminary
Conference Center, Mundelein, IL
FEE: $75.00
INFORMATION: Barbara – 847.837.4542

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