Event Phone: 800-431-8720
Thursday, February 1, 2018
6:30 pm —8:00 pm
Presented by Fr. Glenn Snow, O. Carm.
Register by January 26
For many of us, the Rosary is a staple of our daily life, a practice which has become a part of our spiritual existence, day after day, year after year.
For others of us, the Rosary is something which was, perhaps, a part of our youth, but which we have moved away from as we have gotten older…and busier.
For still others, the Rosary is boring, or irrelevant, or pietistic, or politicized, or unintelligible, or just forgotten.
This three-part examination of the Rosary — its history, theology, and practice — is an opportunity to expand our understanding of and appreciation for this nearly universal Catholic prayer style.
Join with Fr. Glenn Snow, a Catholic priest for 28 years, as he examines the history, the theology, and the practice of that prayer we call “The Rosary.”
The evening begins with a recounting of the history of the Rosary, and its development and variations throughout the centuries. We then look at the theology behind the Rosary, why do we pray it? What is the meaning behind the “decades” and the “mysteries”?
Finally, we look at the practice of the Rosary. Are there multiple ways to pray it? How is it linked to the rest of our prayer life? How is it linked to the rest of our daily life?
Free for all attendees! An audio CD recording of the classic 15-decade Scriptural Rosary.
- The Rosary
February 1, 2018
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm