Rainbow Mass, founded in the 1980’s under Bishop John McRaith, is a special day where all 17 schools within the Diocese of Owensboro come together to celebrate the liturgy with Bishop William Medley. When coming together, all of the different color uniforms resemble the rainbow, reminding us of God’s everlasting covenant.
“God said: This is the sign of the covenant that I am making between me and you and every living creature with you for all ages to come: I set my bow in the clouds to serve as a sign of the covenant between me and the earth.” -Genesis 9:12-13
Do you desire to be equipped to live into the fullness that Christ intended for each of His followers? If so, this Two-Day Equipping event, led by Bart Schuchts of the John Paul II Healing Center, is for you!
Still hurting from divorce? Or separated from a spouse? DASK #2 (Divorced and Separated Koinonia) is taking place Oct 25 – 27 at Gasper River Retreat Center. DASK is an overnight, spiritual retreat focused on resurrection and new life. Visit OwensboroDiocese.org/DASK for more information and online registration.
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Aprenderás factores de riesgo y signos de advertencia en problemas de salud mental tales como depresión, ansiedad, traumas, adicciones, trastornos del estado de ánimo, psicosis etc… Y cómo ayudar a otros y encontrar asistencia profesional
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Fecha límite para inscribirse, 12 de Octubre, 2019
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The producers of the nation’s largest Catholic youth event, NCYC, invite young people in grades 6-8 to a one-day experience of dynamic speakers, music, and the sacrament of the Eucharist like they have never before experienced. At Holy Fire, young people will be called to embrace their baptism and engage with the relevant and powerful gospel of Jesus.
More information to come on how to register to attend!
In a distinctly Catholic setting, the National Catholic Youth Conference
invites participants to encounter Christ, experience church, and be empowered for discipleship.
Every other year, Catholic young people and their chaperones—youth ministers, campus ministers, parents, catechists, priests, coaches, and scout leaders—come together to pray, learn, and grow in their faith. In addition to opportunities to receive the sacraments of the Eucharist and penance, NCYC participants attend general and breakout sessions on topics relevant to living as a disciple of Christ in today’s world, visit with organizations that provide resources and other support to youth and youth ministry, spend time in personal and communal prayer, and engage in service to others.
Learn more here: https://owensborodiocese.org/national-catholic-youth-conference/
Join Bishop Medley at St. Stephen Cathedral for Mass as we kick off National Migration Week – la Semana Nacional de la Migración – across our diocese and the nation.