Statistical studies confirm that one of the leading causes of young people leaving he church is the idea that science and religion are incompatible. This tells us that as Catholics we aren’t doing our job in doing justice to the church’s long relationship with science. Using the complexity of Galileo’s life and case, and the development of astronomy, astrophysics and life sciences, Fr. Meiman will discuss how science has always been a part of the Christian world view, and that relationship has developed significantly across the centuries.
This program has been approved for Catechist Credit with the Archdiocese of Louisville Ministry Institute.
Perhaps you’re interested in learning how Scripture, prayer, Benedictine wisdom or art can enhance your spirituality.
Saint Meinrad offers a variety of monk-led retreats during the year – on these and other topics at our Guest House and Retreat Center in southern Indiana.
Three-day retreats are held on weekends (Friday evening through Sunday noon) or during the week (Tuesday evening through Thursday noon).
Check-in time for retreats is 2-5 p.m. Vespers in the Archabbey Church is at 5 p.m. followed by supper. The opening conference typically begins at 6:30 or 7:30 p.m. The retreat concludes with lunch on the last day of the program. A complete schedule is provided at registration.
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We are still in the process of finalizing all our programs (classes, retreats, workshops, etc.) for our Winter-Spring catalogue but here is a sneak peak at some of the offerings we will have for you…
Our office will be closed beginning Wednesday, 11/23, 1:00pm until Monday, 11/28. We wish you a happy and blessed Thanksgiving.
Preregistration is required. Space is limited.
Come join St. Raphael Parish for a Bible study on Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, and Daniel, as Prophets of Promise. The writing contained in these four prophetic books offer much insight about the longed-for Messiah. As we experience the conclusion of the liturgical year, and prepare for Advent, take time to examine Scripture again as we renew our hearts to celebrate Jesus’ birth. Join us Wednesdays in November, 7:00-8:15 pm in the Raphael Room*, to explore of message of these prophets and what they mean for us today.
November 2 – Isaiah
November 9 – Jeremiah
November 16 – Ezekiel
November 23 – Daniel
The sessions will be presented by St. Raphael parishioner, Tom Malewitz. Tom is an Assistant Professor at Spalding University. He has also served as an adjunct instructor at Bellarmine University, Brescia University, and St. Meinrad Seminary & School of Theology. He is a frequent presenter for the Archdiocese of Louisville on topics regarding religious education, Scripture, and spirituality.
*The Raphael Room is located on the lower level of the Sheeran Center and the entrance and parking is on the side facing Assumption High School. You will see yellow handrails going down the stairs to the entrance.
This program has been approved for 4 hours catechist credit toward Theology in the content area of Scripture. Contact Lynn to learn how to receive catechist credit, .