Evangelization & Catechesis
Office of Catechetical Ministry
May CLADD Joint Meeting
End of Year Celebration
Atlantic-SS Peter & Paul
Tuesday, May 21st. Lunch catered by Downtowner
Youth Ministry and Young Adult Ministry
NOVOS on High –May 9 & 23, 2013
Young adults in their 20s and 30s are invited to gather together for a diocesan Mass at 7 PM in the chapel at St. Ambrose Cathedral (607 High Street) in downtown Des Moines followed by fun and drinks at Legends American Grill (216 Court Avenue). Doors open at 6 PM with confession being offered, the Rosary prayed at 6:30 PM, Mass at 7 PM, followed by socializing at Legends in downtown Des Moines! Everyone is welcome to park in the lot on the corner of 7th and High, just west of St. Ambrose Cathedral. For more information, contact Tessa Schealler at 515-237-5098, e-mail her at email@example.com or go to our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/groups/143948725270/.
Charitable & Non-Profit Organization Directory 2012
Central Iowa locations
VATICAN CITY (CNA/EWTN News)—Christian families should be a happy and loving environment in which young people can discern calls to the priesthood or religious life, Pope Benedict XVI says in his message for the World Day of Prayers for Vocations.
For the first time in recent history, the number of religious priests has increased!
Emphasizes Importance of Studying the Faith as an Organic Whole
The 2012 celebration of the World Day for Consecrated Life will be observed in the United States on the weekend of Feb. 4-5.
Mass with Seminarians, August 20, 2011
Pope Benedict XVI gives guidance and support to seminarians for their years of formation.
VATICAN CITY, 27 SEP 2011 (VIS) - On Saturday 24 September, during the course of his apostolic visit to Germany, the Holy Father met with seminarians in the city of Freiburg im Breisgau, whom he addressed off-the-cuff in German. Extracts of his remarks are given below.
MAYNOOTH, Ireland, OCT. 18, 2011 (Zenit.org).- Answering the "call" is getting a little easier these days, and in a surprising place. Those who want more information on joining the Catholic priesthood in Ireland need look no further than their smart phone.
The clergy topped the list of the Ten Happiest Jobs found in an article
at Forbes.com, as reported a General Social Survey by the
National Organization for Research at the University of Chicago.
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