11th Day Prayer for Peace, 11/11

6:30 – 7:15 p.m.

Our Lady of the Presentation Chapel, 1890 Randolph Avenue, Saint Paul.

How Should We Observe Thanksgiving Holiday in an Interfaith World, in light of Colonial and Native American History?, 11/12

12 noon-1:45 p.m.

Interfaith Action of Greater Saint Paul, 1671 Summit Ave., St. Paul

A panel of a Native American leader, Jim Bear Jacobs(Mohican, Convener of Healing Minnesota Stories and parish pastor at Church of All Nations); a rabbi, Amy Eilberg (author, interfaith leader, adjunct professor at United Theological Seminary); an imam, Samir Saikali (Islamic Institute of MN); and an Episcopal priest, Joy Caires (St. Clements Episcopal) will explore how Thanksgiving might be observed well in our community, in light of our different traditions and the concerns/experience of indigenous peoples. More info…

Art in the State Capitol – Time for Public Comment!, 11/12

6:30-8:30 p.m.

Minneapolis Park & Recreation Board Administration Building, Room TBD, 2117 West River Rd N, Minneapolis, MN

Defend Your Certainty!, 11/16

7-9 p.m. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.

Interfaith Action of Greater Saint Paul, 1671 Summit Ave., St. Paul

It is said that only fools are positive. Many people are absolutely certain of this. But don’t religions offer something to count on and follow u4:30 p.m.)nconditionally? Does relativism work as our guide or is it a type of dogma? Is it possible to know the truth and where does certainty come from? More info…

Radical Grace, 11/18

Join us for the Twin Cities Premier of the new film Radical Grace.

Wednesday, November 18, 7pm
Jeanne d’Arc Auditorium – St Catherine University
2004 Randolph Avenue

Call to Action MN is co-sponsoring and admission is free!

About the Film:
Today, Pope Francis is changing the Vatican’s conservative tone. But for decades, U.S. nuns have been bucking the Church hierarchy by living a gospel of love, social justice and inclusion. From confronting U.S. bishops over the Affordable Care Act, to protesting for women’s equality at the Vatican, Radical Grace follows three sisters who transform American politics and the Catholic Church. The feature-length documentary Radical Grace follows three feminist nuns who are so devoted to social justice that they’ll risk their place in the Church they love in order to remain true to their beliefs.

An invitation to you, if you would like to be more involved with Friends of St Joseph, 11/19

4:30-6:00 p.m. at Carondelet Village.

A core group of Friends meets monthly to share on topics of spirituality and to form community connections with each other. Our next meeting is on November 19th.

We are friendly and welcoming. If you plan to come please let Kathy know. We would love to have you join us.

Trans Families, 11/19

Thursday, November 19th
Carondelet Center Dining Room at 6:30 pm for Trans Families

The creators say this show is appropriate for mature teens and older. Originally a 2015 MN Fringe Festival show, Trans Families has now expanded to include more stories from the children’s perspectives. This free production is open to the public. Written by Christy Marie Kent and directed by Janet Preus. The cast is Christy Marie Kent, Janet Preus and Erica Fields.

Sponsored by LGBTQ Connections Working Group of the Justice Commission of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet and Consociates

Advent Prayer starts 11/29

Our Lady of the Presentation Chapel, 1890 Randolph Avenue, Saint Paul.

4:30 pm. This first one is hosted by the Friends of St. Joseph and St. Brigid Family Faith Formation.

Online Advent Calendar starts 11/29

The free Online Advent Calendar created by Sister Baya Clare will start Sunday, November 29. If you have already subscribed, it will begin appearing in your email on that day, and continue with one post each day through Advent. You can also get the postings via Facebook. This is the 10th Anniversary of the Online Advent Calendar. This year’s Calendar features a downloadable coloring page each day in addition to scripture, reflection and prayer.

Posted by Alexander Celeste on Monday, 2 November 2015 at 4:56pm and filed under Events.


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