Living As People of God in Unsettled Times
Below is the statement “Living as People of God in Unsettled Times”, a pastoral reflection on immigration adopted by the Administrative Committee of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. I fully associate myself with it and urge it be shared and studied by all. It thoughtfully and beautifully encapsulates the teachings of the Church on immigration, and offers guidance on our appropriate response to the issues of the day, centered on the respect and dignity for all persons.I also refer you to my Bishops Bulletin column in the January 2017 issue.
View USCCB Pastoral Reflection: Living As a People of God In Unsettled Times
Discipleship Day 2017
Join us March 31 and April 1, 2017 at the Sioux Falls Convention Center. This annual conference is for those adults seeking to respond to the call of the New Evangelization in their homes, workplaces and parishes. Whether you are directly involved in parish ministry or simply seeking to be a disciple in your daily life, this conference is for you! This year’s theme is the Heart of the Gospel. Each participant will gain a greater understanding of what the Gospel is and how to proclaim it most effectively through the lens of discipleship-focused ministry. Deacon Ralph Poyo and Bob Rice, two of the nation’s top evangelists, will be joining us to share their incredible insights. Click here for more information.