A Closer Look At Mary, The Mother Of The Lord
Join Us For Two Wednesdays In May
Presenter: Father Joseph Serano, O. Praem.
Dates: May 6 and 13, 2020
Times: 6:30 pm
(with optional dinner at 5:40 pm)
($60 if coming to dinner)
A classical definition of theology is “faith seeking understanding”. So too with a theology of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Thus, on two Wednesdays — either mornings or evenings — Father Joseph Serano will share some suggestions on why Catholics (and many Protestants) not only have devotion to Mary as the Mother of the Lord but also insist that she is key to grasping the Gospel call to discipleship. In session one, we will look more closely at the biblical data and examine in some detail what the Scriptures say. (Please bring your New Testament.) For session two, we will look at the church’s understanding of that teaching, especially as it was presented at the Second Vatican Council. While each session will include a presentation, there will be ample time for questions and discussion.