As Easter draws closer, awareness grows of Christ’s promise of light, love and salvation – even through hardships and difficulties, two priests of the archdiocese said. Jesus shows his transforming love in his life, death and resurrection, they said in interviews with the Catholic Voice. “Christ’s love is given, and it’s love that gives life,” said Father Richard Gabuzda, executive director of the Omaha-based Institute for Priestly Formation.
The Institute for Priestly Formation (ICF), founded 24 years ago, is celebrating another milestone March 24 – its 10th anniversary as a Public Association of the Faithful. Father Richard Gabuzda, executive director of the Omaha-based institute dedicated to spiritual formation of diocesan priests and seminarians, will preside at an 8:30 a.m. Mass in Our Lady of Nebraska Chapel at St. Cecilia Cathedral. A breakfast reception will be held in the parish center.
Everyone is called to evangelize, to share the saving message of Jesus Christ. But how do we that? At least one way to start is readily available – a Missionary Discipleship 101 workshop March 24 at St. Mary Church and nearby Sacred Heart Parish Center in Norfolk. A similar session Jan. 27 drew more than 120 people to St. James Church in Omaha, and appeared to be a hit. The workshop included training and giving people time to practice what they learned by teaching others. “I really liked it.
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