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How to Fall in Love with God

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When life becomes difficult, loving God is sometimes a challenge. These are the times when being “in love with God” gives us strength of spirit, grace for the journey and peace in knowing God walks with us.

/Rosemary Steers, DCM

Map to free parking at Dominican Center

Map to free parking at Dominican Center

Dominican Center at Marywood invites you to come to this program, presented by Joachim Lally, CSP, Paulist Priest, Artist and Musician. These sessions will treat how love is found in the Scriptures, especially in St. Paul. We will look at such concepts as: Is Love an Obligation?, Love and Justice, Love and Judgment, Love as Found in the Parables, Love's Invitation to Grow, and Active and Passive Love of God. Father Lally identifies his overall theme as "how falling in love with God transforms us through deep prayer and deep suffering."


How to Fall in Love With God
Read more about our presenter: Joachim Lally, CSP
~ Paulist Priest, Artist and Musician
Dates and Times: 
Mondays: July 8 and 15, 7:00-9:00 pm
Cost: $30.00.

For more Information, call the DCM front desk at: 616.514.3325

You may also register online:  Here


This course qualifies for Catechist Certification by the Diocese of Grand Rapids in the following category: Spirituality of the Catechist.


submitted: RSteers, DCM


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