June 28, 2022
The Paschal Mystery in Liturgy
440 West Neck Road
The Unending Symphony Liturgy Series continues with The Paschal Mystery in Liturgy with Bishop Andrzej Zglejszewski.
The liturgy of the Church, the celebration of the sacraments, and the seasons of Lent and Easter are particular times when we pay attention to what Jesus Christ has done for us through his passion, death, resurrection, and ascension.
Yet these are not the only times when we experience the Paschal Mystery. It is our everyday life; it is the undercurrent of all that we do and all that we are.
- What does this mean?
- How do we experience the Paschal Mystery?
- How does it affect me on a day-to-day basis?
- How do we become aware of its presence in our life in a real way and not just something we know about?
All these will be objectives of the course.
These two sessions are a continuation of The Paschal Mystery in Liturgy takes place on June 7 in the Seminary Auditorium, from 9:00am to 2:00pm, one-hour lunch break included and on June 21 in the McGivney Lounge from 9:00am to Noon.
Bring along your own Bible of choice.
Please note: Lunch at the seminary will be offered for a $10 charge. To reserve order for lunch please RSVP by Wednesday, June 4.
All are welcome. Course is open to all interested adults.
For further information please contact Estelle Peck: 516-678-5800 x firstname.lastname@example.org.