Faith in the Midst of Crisis

Who: Fr. Jim Hogan, facilitator

What: Day of Reflection and Potluck Lunch*

Where: Mission of the Atonement, 7400 SW Scholls Ferry Rd, Beaverton, OR 97008  MAP

When: Saturday, March 12, 2016

8:30 Registration and coffee

9 am – 4 pm Program; 12 pm to 1 pm -  lunch and quiet time

4 pm - Closing Celebration

Cost: Free will offering

*Please bring salad or dessert; Beverages will be provided

 

Sponsored by One Spirit One Call in collaboration with Mission of the Atonement

 

The word “crisis” means opportunity. We are living in a Secular Age and currently experience crisis both in our faith community and the secular world. Disappointment, frustration and anger are understandable responses to our experience.  When such feelings preoccupy us, we easily fail to recognize and respond to the opportunity.  In our few hours together, Fr. Jim Hogan will invite us to ponder three questions: Does Faith Really Matter? Do I Really Matter? Does Religion Matter? Hopefully the Spirit of God will guide us through our openness to one another.

 

 

Father Jim Hogan was born and raised in Anaconda, Montana in 1935. He was ordained priest for the Diocese of Helena in 1961 and now in Senior Status continues to be available to people of all traditions in Missoula, Montana where he spent most of his life in pastoral ministry. He also served parishes in Butte, Helena and Browning (Blackfeet Indian reservation), Montana. He earned a bachelor degree from Carroll College, and two Masters degrees: one from the University of Montana and the other from the Institute of Pastoral Studies at Loyola University in Chicago. Fr. Jim is the author of Yes We Are! The Living Body of Christ.

 

Questions:  Contact Mission of the Atonement (503) 646-1344, office@motaspirit.org

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