The Sisters of Life will lead an inspiring retreat about how they accompany others on paths of forgiveness, healing and hope.
No fee for students and religious. Includes continental breakfast.
As you prepare for Holy Week and Easter, take some time for your own prayer and reflection. Join us for this morning ‘just for you!’
As we near the end of Lent and approach Holy Week, we will prayerfully ponder the Women of the Passion who were present for Jesus as he journeyed to the Cross. What does such ministerial presence mean to you today in the heart of your marriage and family, and in your spiritual family, the Church?
Meet our Presenter: Dr. Dianne Traflet, J.D., S.T.D., is the Associate Dean for Graduate Studies and Administration and is an Assistant Professor of Pastoral Theology. She also serves as the director of the Institute for Christian Spirituality and is a key leader in the Center for Diaconal Formation. Dr. Traflet gives numerous lectures, retreats, and days of reflection, including some specific to wives of deacons and deacon candidates, and is the author of Edith Stein: A Spiritual Portrait (Pauline Media, 2008). She teaches courses in spirituality and prayer. Dr. Traflet serves on the Board of Trustees for St. Joseph’s Seminary in New York and Catholic Distance University. Dr. Traflet has been interviewed by a variety of print and broadcast media, most recently EWTN and Relevant Radio.
Morning will begin with the celebration of Mass followed by a continental breakfast.
Open to all wives of deacons and deacon candidates. Please register for this event.
Holy Hour and Reception for all deacons, deacon candidates and wives.
Join for an evening of prayer, reflection and fellowship on Friday, April 27th at 6:30 p.m.
Immaculate Conception Seminary School of Theology, Chapel of Christ the Good Shepherd.
Light fare buffet to follow.
ARCHDIOCESE OF NEWARK
Office of the Permanent Diaconate
To: All Diaconate Community Members
From: Misty Mantineo, Margaret O’Hara, Imma Anyanwu
Date: March 14, 2018
Subject: Annual Memorial Mass
Please join us at this year’s Memorial Mass, which will be held on Saturday, April 28, 2018, at 11:00 a.m. in the Archdiocesan Center Chapel.
Lunch will follow in Conference Room 2062.
As you know, this Mass allows us the opportunity to remember and celebrate as a community the lives of all deceased Deacons and Deacons’ wives. We would be delighted if you could take advantage of this opportunity to be together with us at this time. Please consider asking a diaconate friend to come with you.
If you have been with us before, please come back; if you haven’t attended, please come and break bread with us. Remember that the diaconate community needs you to keep it alive and active. We will be very happy to have you with us!
If you have any questions, please call Misty Mantineo at (201) 791-6180.
50 years ago, Pope Paul VI’s encyclical Humanae Vitae reaffirmed the Catholic Church’s teachings regarding married love, responsible parenthood, and the rejection of artificial contraception. Join us for a memorable conference, including theological presentations and discussion on this significant document.
Limited seating available.
R.S.V.P. by October 8.
All are welcome. Group rates available, please inquire.
All wives of deacons and deacon candidates are invited for a morning of prayer with the Mother of God. Please join us as Father Frederick Miller shares reflections of Mary in the Gospel of John.
In the Gospel of St. John, the “Mother of Jesus” is present at the beginning of Jesus’ public ministry at the wedding feast of Cana (John 2:1-11). She is also present at the completion of Jesus’ public ministry on Mount Calvary (John 19:25-27). She stands at the foot of Jesus’ Cross as His mother and as the mother of all of his disciples. These two rich and evocative passages explain Mary’s maternal role in the lives of each and every disciple of the Lord. Come and enter into the Marian Season of Advent in the company of your Mother Mary!
|Schedule for the Day
8:30 AM Breakfast & Gathering
$15, Cash or Check
Payable to ICSST
Includes Continental Breakfast
FACILITATOR: Rev. Frederick Miller, S.T.D., is Adjunct Professor of Systematic Theology ; Spiritual Director of the College Seminary of the Immaculate Conception at Saint Andrew’s Hall.
Center for Diaconal Formation
Immaculate Conception Seminary School of Theology
Seton Hall University – South Orange NJ 07079
To Register, please contact Theresa Miller, Secretary for Programs
Theresa.firstname.lastname@example.org or call 973-761-9575
Join us for a morning of reflection presented by Maria Pascuzzi, C.S.J., S.S.L., S.T.D.
When Christians think of the cross, their thoughts usually turn immediately to Jesus.
In today’s first presentation we will consider what the Cross reveals about God’s character and how God acts in the world. In the second, we will consider what “Cruciform Spirituality” is and how it can be lived out as an everyday spirituality for busy women.
Both presentations will be illumined by the thought and writings of Saint Paul.
Doors open at 8:30 a.m. Morning will begin with Mass at 9:00 a.m. followed by a light breakfast.
All wives of deacons, deacon candidates and aspirants are invited!