2019 Lenten Theme - Metanoia
Metanoia - spiritual conversion
The word used throughout the Gospels for repent is the Greek word mentanoia. This word (metanoia) literally means the chnaging of one's mind through repentance. Metanoia occurs when a person examines his or her life and decides to turn away from sin and towards God.
Put another way, metanoia requires a radical change of mind, heart, and soul. But what some seem to miss is in order to achieve this radical change, action , on our part, is required. In other words, it's not enough to want to change, or say we're going to change...we have to actually do something.
2019 Lenten Video Series - The Mass
Beginning Thursday, March 7 with "A Privileged Encounter".
Quinn Hall - Stone Harbor
Thursdays in Lent - 12:30PM and 6:30PM
Pizza and beverages will be offered at both times.
The series continues - March 14, 21, 28, April 4 and 11.
March 14 - Called out of the World
March 21- God Speaks our Story
March 28 - Responding to God
April 4 - Preparing for Sacrifice
April 11 - The Real Presence Creates Communion