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Un curso para los lideres de catequesis y formación en la fe en sus parroquias. Este curso proporcionara los principios básicos para un liderazgo catequético mas efectivo para asegurar el éxito en la coordinación de programas para la transformación de las parroquias y para crear una Iglesia dinámica. Inscríbase aquí: https://seattlearch-org.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwrfuCurToiHdRKW7oxQF33ra0v-AdNfAgs
Como cada mes desde el inicio de la Pandemia de Covid-19, ofreceremos este espacio especial con el Obispo Elizondo para dialogar sobre temas de actualidad.
Join Archbishop Paul Etienne for Prayer service for Child Abuse Prevention Month. Join us in person or watch livestream @ArchdioceseofSeattle Vimeo and Facebook
This event is for leaders of movements ONLY. Leaders of movements currently present in our archdiocese are invited to participate in this monthly meeting. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic until otherwise announced, all meetings will be held virtually. No action required from Parish staff, this is for your information only.
World Day of Prayer for Vocations is celebrated in parishes April 24th & 25th. The purpose of the World Day of Prayer for Vocations is to publicly fulfill the Lord's instruction to, "Pray the Lord of the harvest to send laborers into his harvest" (Mt 9:38; Lk 10:2).
Learn how to bring the love and light of Christ into correctional facilities. Register for the six-session course running from March 2 to May 11. LEARN more and REGISTER here
Get the Religious Brothers Day Guide here (English, Italian, and Spanish) Pray: Pray for Brothers, for those in discernment, and for many others to be open to and respond to the call to this vocation, and use these resources: Prayer card (PDF) (2 cards/page) Morning Prayer and Evening Prayer (from Br. Sean Whitty, CFC) One-day and three-day (triduum) Prayer Services (Salesians) Thank: Tell a brother you know how much you appreciate his vocation Celebrate: Gather as a community to share in the joy of your vocation Share: Spread the…