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Special 2018 Lenten Series | 9:15-10:15 AM | Join Us!

First Sunday of Lent. February 18
  • Dr. Daniel Scholz (Cardinal Stritch University) Prophets in ancient Israel: God’s Agents for Social Change
Second Sunday of Lent. February 25
  • Steve Blaha (Marquette University) Hope for the Beloved Community: An Ignatian Approach to Racial Reconciliation. Lent offers us an opportunity to reflect upon our walk with the Lord Jesus and his invitation to give witness to the kingdom. We regularly experience brokenness in our communities due to racism/racial advantage. Ignatian (Jesuit) spirituality offers practical ways to live in God's love and thereby bring racial healing to our homes, neighborhoods, and cities.
Third Sunday of Lent. March 4 
  • Mr. Al McCauley (Pius XI Catholic High School) Living the Little Way. Her life was brief and seemingly obscure, yet St. Therese of Lisieux is venerated around the world today as one of the most beloved of all Catholic saints. This great devotion likely stems from her accessible spiritual path to holiness known as "The Little Way." Lent is an ideal time to reflect on this simple model of living justly, and to heed the timeless wisdom of this humble Doctor of the Church.
Fourth Sunday of Lent. March 11
  • Mr. Daniel Williams (Saint Francis de Sales Seminary) The Common Good and Communion.
Fifth Sunday of Lent. March 18
  • Rev. Marty Pable, OFM Cap. Blessed Solanus Casey: Disciple to the Troubled. Fr. Solanus Casey, declared “Blessed” by Pope Francis in November, 2017, is from Milwaukee and studied at Saint Francis Minor Seminary before joining the Capuchin Order. Blessed Solanus had a special gift of healing and compassion to those in troubled situations. Fr. Marty Pable, a roommate of Blessed Solanus, will share his life and spirituality as a model of social action for us as disciples today.


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