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School of Prayer

2022 Summer Study Series - Let Us Dream; The Path to a Better Future, by Pope Francis

Tuesdays, June 14 - July 12, 2022      Book and Audiobook also available at the SD Library

Facilitated by Deacon Chris Hulburt  Purchase your book here on Amazon

Miss a week?  Catch up with the recordings; slide links too:

What is School of Prayer?

The term comes from Saint Pope John Paul II's Apostolic Letter, Novo Millennio Ineuente which states, "Yes, dear brothers and sisters, our Christian communities must become genuine "schools" of prayer, where the meeting with Christ is expressed not just in imploring help but also in thanksgiving, praise, adoration, contemplation, listening and ardent devotion, until the heart truly "falls in love". Intense prayer, yes, but it does not distract us from our commitment to history: by opening our heart to the love of God it also opens it to the love of our brothers and sisters, and makes us capable of shaping history according to God's plan."  At. St. B's School of Prayer, we want to help you:

  • Truly fall in love with Jesus
  • Open your heart to God's beloved (everyone) 
  • Be empowered and emboldened to shape history with us, according to God's plan
  • Together we can set the world on fire!

2021 Summer Series

Drawing on the wisdom of the prophets, both ancient and modern, Sr. Joan Chittister exhorts humanity to confront the societal forces that oppress and silence the sacred voices among us. She offers a compelling vision to combat complacency and to propel us toward creating a world of justice, freedom, peace, and empowerment. Purchase the book

2019 Summer Series

This summer's topic focused on the question Jesus posed to his disciples - "Who Do You Say That I Am (Mk 8:29)?"  Peter's answer to Jesus' question changed him and called him to a whole new way of life. It was his defining moment. Because who Jesus is makes all the difference!  Who is Jesus to you? Have you had that defining moment? If not, are you ready? See links below to resources from this summer's topic: