Engaging your Faith: Eucharist as a Mode of Being: Living In and For Communion
Tuesday, 18 May, 7:00 pm–8:30 pm AEST
Eucharist as a Mode of Being: Living In and For Communion
What does it mean to become a Eucharistic person? How can a Eucharistic spirituality transform our attitudes and actions? St John Paul II described the Eucharist as a ‘mode of being’ passed on from Jesus to each believer (Mane Nobiscum Domine, n. 25). This session will explore how we can participate in Jesus’ gift of being-as-communion.
Bookings close: Friday 14th May at 5.00pm
Engaging Your Faith is a series of 8 short sessions offering an opportunity to explore your faith through a variety of topics including: Spirituality, Women in the Early Church, Church History, Reading the Church Classics, The Eucharist, and Science and Religion. All sessions are approved by MACS for accreditation purposes.
Choose one, choose all, choose what interests you and all for just $20 per session, running 11th to 31st May.
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