Saturday, January 5, 2008


This posting thanks to Bill May--Catholics for the Common Good

"Inspiring a Wholehearted Faith in a Half-hearted Age For Parents, Teachers, Students, and All Concerned Catholics"

What can we do to counter the present de-Christianization of Western culture and to proclaim afresh the uniqueness of the Gospel?

Gil Bailie, a nationally-known lecturer and a CCG Advisory Committee member, offers fascinating answers to these questions in his series of talks called Emmaus Road Initiative. Following the observation of Pope Benedict XVI that a collaboration between theology and anthropology can lead to "the truly most exciting part of Christian faith", Gil's talks are designed to help us rediscover the excitement and give us a renewed appreciation of Christianity for this time and culture.

The series is very useful for all concerned about the re-evangelization of culture and deepening their faith. Please forward this e-mail to all who may be interested in attending the talk, and consider consulting your pastor about posting the flyer on the parish bulletin board.

San Francisco: Wednesday, January 9, 7pm-9pm.
St. Mary's Cathedral Parish Hall.
1111 Gough Street.
For more information, call 415-651-4171.

Santa Rosa: Thursday, January 10, 7pm- 9pm.
St. Eugene's Cathedral Spiritual Enrichment Center.
360 Farmers Lane.
For more information, call 866 506 5451.

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