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St. Raphael’s

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5801 Falls of the Neuse Road
Raleigh,

February 2019

Pre-Lent Retreat at St. Raphael’s

February 22 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
St. Raphael’s, 5801 Falls of the Neuse Road
Raleigh,
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Join us for our Pre-Lent retreat – an opportunity to deepen deliberately! Theologian, composer, and highly acclaimed presenter Fr. Ricky Manalo will help us discover how we can keep God present in every moment while balancing the other demands of everyday life. The retreat is free and open to the public, and there will be headsets for translation.  Friday's retreat is open to all, with the topic "God's Grace, Human Space: Experiencing the Sacred in Everyday Life."  The Saturday retreat is for all who serve in Liturgical Ministries, and the Sunday afternoon retreat is for pastoral musicians. Participants must register…

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Pre-Lent Retreat with Fr. Ricky Manalo at St. Raphael’s

February 23 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
St. Raphael’s, 5801 Falls of the Neuse Road
Raleigh,
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“Come to the Feast: Nourishing the Assembly, Nourishing our Souls” This event is for all who serve in Liturgical Ministries. PARTICIPANTS MUST REGISTER FOR THIS EVENT!  Website link for registration is below. What is the ministerial vocation of liturgical ministers, from cantors, choir members and instrumentalists, to lectors, hospitality and eucharistic ministers, and servers, to deacons, preachers, and priests?  Through the working of the Holy Spirit,  we are called to lead the assembly into full, conscious and active participation.  We help foster a spirit of prayer and communal welcoming, and challenge ourselves to go forth into the world and proclaim…

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Pre-Lent Retreat with Fr. Ricky Manalo at St. Raphael’s

February 24 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
St. Raphael’s, 5801 Falls of the Neuse Road
Raleigh,
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“Intercultural Competence for Pastoral Musicians” PARTICIPANTS MUST REGISTER FOR THE EVENT! Link is at website below. Co-sponsored by our local Raleigh chapter of the National Association of Pastoral Musicians (NPM) As members of the Body of Christ, we are called to love one another.  Yet conflicts may arise between different cultural groups at parish, diocesan and/or national levels.  After setting a theological foundation, this seminar presents a primer on cultural dynamics in parish settings.  Pastoral methods and tools are drawn from the program Building Intercultural Competence for Ministers by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops.  Topics of interests include:…

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