December 11, 2018 Council of the Baptized Open Forum
The Open Forum is held at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, 700 S. Snelling Avenue in St. Paul 7PM.
Vatican Council II presentation "The Challenges of the Second Vatican Council" by Arthur E. Zannoni
This presentation will explore the challenges of the Second Vatican Council. What the Council accomplished and continues to accomplish. It will look at some of the Council's sixteen documents reflecting on the reforms already implemented from thse and what still needs to be implemented. Emphasis will be placed on the Council's four historic constitutions On: liturgy, the church, revelation and the "Pastoral Constitution on the Church in the Modern World" Participants will be provided with two hand-outs to help with what is being presented.
Arthur E. Zannoni is an award winning freelance writer, Scripture scholar, teacher, theologian, workshop leader and consultant in the areas of biblical studies and Christian-Jewish relations. He taught on the faculty of the School of Divinity of the University of St. Thomas (St. Paul, MN) from 1984-1991 and in the Murray Institute from 1991-1994. He helped establish, in 1985, along with Rabbi Max A Shapiro, the Center for Jewish Christian Learning at the University of St. Thomas. He is a two- time recipient of the Uhrig Foundation Award for Excellence in Teaching and received the Temple Israel (Minneapolis) Interreligious Award for his work in promoting Catholic Jewish dialogue in the Twin Cities.
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ANOTHER SESSION AT ST. JOAN of ARC - DEC 12, 7-9PM
Catholic Women and Holy Orders: The Time Is Now will be held on Wednesday, Dec. 12, 7-9 pm in the Welcome Center AT ST. JOAN of ARC, 4537 3rd Ave. So. Mpls, MN. 55419. This session is sponsored by the Catholic Coalition for Church Reform-Council of the Baptized.
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