Hot Topics: The Catholic Response to Physician Assisted Suicide
Oct
17
6:30 PM18:30

Hot Topics: The Catholic Response to Physician Assisted Suicide

How do you discuss hot-button topics? Join us for four lectures that will give you suggestions on how to discuss these topics with compassion while still staying true to our Catholic beliefs.

This week, Joe Heschmeyer is leading a discussion on physician assisted suicide.

Join us in social rooms one and two at Sacred Heart Parish in Shawnee, KS from 6:30 - 8:00 pm.

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Common Grounds: Week Six
Oct
19
6:45 AM06:45

Common Grounds: Week Six

How do you talk to someone about God if they don't accept the Bible, the Catechism, or what the Church teaches? You have to meet them where they're at and enter into their common, everyday experience.

Join Dr. Troy Hinkel for the sixth week in this ten week series.

Join us in the Gast Social Room at Holy Trinity parish from 6:45 - 7:45 am. The cost to attend is $50 for the ten week series.

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Man Mornings 603
Oct
22
6:03 AM06:03

Man Mornings 603

We won’t be serving steak. We won’t be throwing hatchets. Most of us don’t have big burly beards. But…we are men, we are husbands, we are dads, we are fighters, and we have coffee.

Amid a hellacious storm of trials and temptations that life throws at us, we are trying to maintain our manhood. We are trying to survive….together….every day. Come join Chad Pirotte and Joe Heschmeyer and begin to long for new desires in your life. All men, all ages, every Tuesday morning.

September 17th through December 10th. Nativity Parish Hall.

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The Theological Virtues: Week Two
Oct
22
7:00 PM19:00

The Theological Virtues: Week Two

Are you searching for true happiness?  This six part series will help you discover how to live your life to the full in imitation of Jesus Christ. We'll be exploring the theological virtues of faith, hope, and charity. 

What are these virtues? 

What does the Church teach about them? 

How do we live them more intentionally in today’s world? 

This series is taught by Dr. Matthew Ramage in the downstairs classroom at St. Benedict's Catholic School in Atchison. The series runs from October 15th through November 19th

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Common Grounds: Week Seven
Oct
26
6:45 AM06:45

Common Grounds: Week Seven

How do you talk to someone about God if they don't accept the Bible, the Catechism, or what the Church teaches? You have to meet them where they're at and enter into their common, everyday experience.

Join Dr. Troy Hinkel for the seventh week in this ten week series.

Join us in the Gast Social Room at Holy Trinity parish from 6:45 - 7:45 am. The cost to attend is $50 for the ten week series.

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Man Mornings 603
Oct
29
6:03 AM06:03

Man Mornings 603

We won’t be serving steak. We won’t be throwing hatchets. Most of us don’t have big burly beards. But…we are men, we are husbands, we are dads, we are fighters, and we have coffee.

Amid a hellacious storm of trials and temptations that life throws at us, we are trying to maintain our manhood. We are trying to survive….together….every day. Come join Chad Pirotte and Joe Heschmeyer and begin to long for new desires in your life. All men, all ages, every Tuesday morning.

September 17th through December 10th. Nativity Parish Hall.

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The Theological Virtues: Week Three
Oct
29
7:00 PM19:00

The Theological Virtues: Week Three

Are you searching for true happiness?  This six part series will help you discover how to live your life to the full in imitation of Jesus Christ. We'll be exploring the theological virtues of faith, hope, and charity. 

What are these virtues? 

What does the Church teach about them? 

How do we live them more intentionally in today’s world? 

This series is taught by Dr. Matthew Ramage in the downstairs classroom at St. Benedict's Catholic School in Atchison. The series runs from October 15th through November 19th

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Common Grounds: Week Eight
Nov
2
6:45 AM06:45

Common Grounds: Week Eight

How do you talk to someone about God if they don't accept the Bible, the Catechism, or what the Church teaches? You have to meet them where they're at and enter into their common, everyday experience.

Join Dr. Troy Hinkel for the eigth week in this ten week series.

Join us in the Gast Social Room at Holy Trinity parish from 6:45 - 7:45 am. The cost to attend is $50 for the ten week series.

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Man Mornings 603
Nov
5
6:03 AM06:03

Man Mornings 603

We won’t be serving steak. We won’t be throwing hatchets. Most of us don’t have big burly beards. But…we are men, we are husbands, we are dads, we are fighters, and we have coffee.

Amid a hellacious storm of trials and temptations that life throws at us, we are trying to maintain our manhood. We are trying to survive….together….every day. Come join Chad Pirotte and Joe Heschmeyer and begin to long for new desires in your life. All men, all ages, every Tuesday morning.

September 17th through December 10th. Nativity Parish Hall.

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The Theological Virtues: Week Four
Nov
5
7:00 PM19:00

The Theological Virtues: Week Four

Are you searching for true happiness?  This six part series will help you discover how to live your life to the full in imitation of Jesus Christ. We'll be exploring the theological virtues of faith, hope, and charity. 

What are these virtues? 

What does the Church teach about them? 

How do we live them more intentionally in today’s world? 

This series is taught by Dr. Matthew Ramage in the downstairs classroom at St. Benedict's Catholic School in Atchison. The series runs from October 15th through November 19th

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November First Thursdays
Nov
7
7:00 PM19:00

November First Thursdays

 People both young and old take all kinds of substances for all kinds of reasons, but usually to change the way they feel. Three common examples of substances are alcohol, antidepressants, and marijuana. 

What is the Catholic viewpoint on all of these substances?

Are they all morally the same, or are there important differences? 

To understand substances we have to understand our own feelings: why we have them, and how we should cultivate them. 

Join Holy Family School of Faith every First Thursday to explore the nature, purpose, and supernatural significance of sorrow and joy. We'll evaluate the different ways that people use drugs to change their emotions.

Then, we'll discuss what kinds of drug use are right and wrong, but also how to be fully human with all of the emotions of life. 

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Common Grounds: Week Nine
Nov
9
6:45 AM06:45

Common Grounds: Week Nine

How do you talk to someone about God if they don't accept the Bible, the Catechism, or what the Church teaches? You have to meet them where they're at and enter into their common, everyday experience.

Join Dr. Troy Hinkel for the ninth week in this ten week series.

Join us in the Gast Social Room at Holy Trinity parish from 6:45 - 7:45 am. The cost to attend is $50 for the ten week series.

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Man Mornings 603
Nov
12
6:03 AM06:03

Man Mornings 603

We won’t be serving steak. We won’t be throwing hatchets. Most of us don’t have big burly beards. But…we are men, we are husbands, we are dads, we are fighters, and we have coffee.

Amid a hellacious storm of trials and temptations that life throws at us, we are trying to maintain our manhood. We are trying to survive….together….every day. Come join Chad Pirotte and Joe Heschmeyer and begin to long for new desires in your life. All men, all ages, every Tuesday morning.

September 17th through December 10th. Nativity Parish Hall.

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The Theological Virtues: Week Five
Nov
12
7:00 PM19:00

The Theological Virtues: Week Five

Are you searching for true happiness?  This six part series will help you discover how to live your life to the full in imitation of Jesus Christ. We'll be exploring the theological virtues of faith, hope, and charity. 

What are these virtues? 

What does the Church teach about them? 

How do we live them more intentionally in today’s world? 

This series is taught by Dr. Matthew Ramage in the downstairs classroom at St. Benedict's Catholic School in Atchison. The series runs from October 15th through November 19th

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Common Grounds: Week Ten
Nov
16
6:45 AM06:45

Common Grounds: Week Ten

How do you talk to someone about God if they don't accept the Bible, the Catechism, or what the Church teaches? You have to meet them where they're at and enter into their common, everyday experience.

Join Dr. Troy Hinkel for the last week in this ten week series.

Join us in the Gast Social Room at Holy Trinity parish from 6:45 - 7:45 am. The cost to attend is $50 for the ten week series.

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Man Mornings 603
Nov
19
6:03 AM06:03

Man Mornings 603

We won’t be serving steak. We won’t be throwing hatchets. Most of us don’t have big burly beards. But…we are men, we are husbands, we are dads, we are fighters, and we have coffee.

Amid a hellacious storm of trials and temptations that life throws at us, we are trying to maintain our manhood. We are trying to survive….together….every day. Come join Chad Pirotte and Joe Heschmeyer and begin to long for new desires in your life. All men, all ages, every Tuesday morning.

September 17th through December 10th. Nativity Parish Hall.

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The Theological Virtues: Week Six
Nov
19
7:00 PM19:00

The Theological Virtues: Week Six

Are you searching for true happiness?  This six part series will help you discover how to live your life to the full in imitation of Jesus Christ. We'll be exploring the theological virtues of faith, hope, and charity. 

What are these virtues? 

What does the Church teach about them? 

How do we live them more intentionally in today’s world? 

This series is taught by Dr. Matthew Ramage in the downstairs classroom at St. Benedict's Catholic School in Atchison. The series runs from October 15th through November 19th

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Man Mornings 603
Nov
26
6:03 AM06:03

Man Mornings 603

We won’t be serving steak. We won’t be throwing hatchets. Most of us don’t have big burly beards. But…we are men, we are husbands, we are dads, we are fighters, and we have coffee.

Amid a hellacious storm of trials and temptations that life throws at us, we are trying to maintain our manhood. We are trying to survive….together….every day. Come join Chad Pirotte and Joe Heschmeyer and begin to long for new desires in your life. All men, all ages, every Tuesday morning.

September 17th through December 10th. Nativity Parish Hall.

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Man Mornings 603
Dec
3
6:03 AM06:03

Man Mornings 603

We won’t be serving steak. We won’t be throwing hatchets. Most of us don’t have big burly beards. But…we are men, we are husbands, we are dads, we are fighters, and we have coffee.

Amid a hellacious storm of trials and temptations that life throws at us, we are trying to maintain our manhood. We are trying to survive….together….every day. Come join Chad Pirotte and Joe Heschmeyer and begin to long for new desires in your life. All men, all ages, every Tuesday morning.

September 17th through December 10th. Nativity Parish Hall.

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December First Thursdays
Dec
5
7:00 PM19:00

December First Thursdays

 People both young and old take all kinds of substances for all kinds of reasons, but usually to change the way they feel. Three common examples of substances are alcohol, antidepressants, and marijuana. 

What is the Catholic viewpoint on all of these substances?

Are they all morally the same, or are there important differences? 

To understand substances we have to understand our own feelings: why we have them, and how we should cultivate them. 

Join Holy Family School of Faith every First Thursday to explore the nature, purpose, and supernatural significance of sorrow and joy. We'll evaluate the different ways that people use drugs to change their emotions.

Then, we'll discuss what kinds of drug use are right and wrong, but also how to be fully human with all of the emotions of life. 

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Man Mornings
Dec
10
6:03 AM06:03

Man Mornings

We won’t be serving steak. We won’t be throwing hatchets. Most of us don’t have big burly beards. But…we are men, we are husbands, we are dads, we are fighters, and we have coffee.

Amid a hellacious storm of trials and temptations that life throws at us, we are trying to maintain our manhood. We are trying to survive….together….every day. Come join Chad Pirotte and Joe Heschmeyer and begin to long for new desires in your life. All men, all ages, every Tuesday morning.

September 17th through December 10th. Nativity Parish Hall.

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January First Thursdays
Jan
2
7:00 PM19:00

January First Thursdays

 People both young and old take all kinds of substances for all kinds of reasons, but usually to change the way they feel. Three common examples of substances are alcohol, antidepressants, and marijuana. 

What is the Catholic viewpoint on all of these substances?

Are they all morally the same, or are there important differences? 

To understand substances we have to understand our own feelings: why we have them, and how we should cultivate them. 

Join Holy Family School of Faith every First Thursday to explore the nature, purpose, and supernatural significance of sorrow and joy. We'll evaluate the different ways that people use drugs to change their emotions.

Then, we'll discuss what kinds of drug use are right and wrong, but also how to be fully human with all of the emotions of life. 

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February First Thursdays
Feb
6
7:00 PM19:00

February First Thursdays

 People both young and old take all kinds of substances for all kinds of reasons, but usually to change the way they feel. Three common examples of substances are alcohol, antidepressants, and marijuana. 

What is the Catholic viewpoint on all of these substances?

Are they all morally the same, or are there important differences? 

To understand substances we have to understand our own feelings: why we have them, and how we should cultivate them. 

Join Holy Family School of Faith every First Thursday to explore the nature, purpose, and supernatural significance of sorrow and joy. We'll evaluate the different ways that people use drugs to change their emotions.

Then, we'll discuss what kinds of drug use are right and wrong, but also how to be fully human with all of the emotions of life. 

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March First Thursdays
Mar
5
7:00 PM19:00

March First Thursdays

People both young and old take all kinds of substances for all kinds of reasons, but usually to change the way they feel. Three common examples of substances are alcohol, antidepressants, and marijuana. 

What is the Catholic viewpoint on all of these substances?

Are they all morally the same, or are there important differences? 

To understand substances we have to understand our own feelings: why we have them, and how we should cultivate them. 

Join Holy Family School of Faith every First Thursday to explore the nature, purpose, and supernatural significance of sorrow and joy. We'll evaluate the different ways that people use drugs to change their emotions.

Then, we'll discuss what kinds of drug use are right and wrong, but also how to be fully human with all of the emotions of life. 

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April First Thursdays
Apr
2
7:00 PM19:00

April First Thursdays

People both young and old take all kinds of substances for all kinds of reasons, but usually to change the way they feel. Three common examples of substances are alcohol, antidepressants, and marijuana. 

What is the Catholic viewpoint on all of these substances?

Are they all morally the same, or are there important differences? 

To understand substances we have to understand our own feelings: why we have them, and how we should cultivate them. 

Join Holy Family School of Faith every First Thursday to explore the nature, purpose, and supernatural significance of sorrow and joy. We'll evaluate the different ways that people use drugs to change their emotions.

Then, we'll discuss what kinds of drug use are right and wrong, but also how to be fully human with all of the emotions of life. 

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May First Thursdays
May
7
7:00 PM19:00

May First Thursdays

People both young and old take all kinds of substances for all kinds of reasons, but usually to change the way they feel. Three common examples of substances are alcohol, antidepressants, and marijuana. 

What is the Catholic viewpoint on all of these substances?

Are they all morally the same, or are there important differences? 

To understand substances we have to understand our own feelings: why we have them, and how we should cultivate them. 

Join Holy Family School of Faith every First Thursday to explore the nature, purpose, and supernatural significance of sorrow and joy. We'll evaluate the different ways that people use drugs to change their emotions.

Then, we'll discuss what kinds of drug use are right and wrong, but also how to be fully human with all of the emotions of life. 

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The Theological Virtues: Week One
Oct
15
7:00 PM19:00

The Theological Virtues: Week One

Are you searching for true happiness?  This six part series will help you discover how to live your life to the full in imitation of Jesus Christ. We'll be exploring the theological virtues of faith, hope, and charity. 

What are these virtues? 

What does the Church teach about them? 

How do we live them more intentionally in today’s world? 

This series is taught by Dr. Matthew Ramage in the downstairs classroom at St. Benedict's Catholic School in Atchison. The series runs from October 15th through November 19th

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Man Mornings 603
Oct
15
6:03 AM06:03

Man Mornings 603

We won’t be serving steak. We won’t be throwing hatchets. Most of us don’t have big burly beards. But…we are men, we are husbands, we are dads, we are fighters, and we have coffee.

Amid a hellacious storm of trials and temptations that life throws at us, we are trying to maintain our manhood. We are trying to survive….together….every day. Come join Chad Pirotte and Joe Heschmeyer and begin to long for new desires in your life. All men, all ages, every Tuesday morning.

September 17th through December 10th. Nativity Parish Hall.

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Common Grounds: Week Five
Oct
12
6:45 AM06:45

Common Grounds: Week Five

How do you talk to someone about God if they don't accept the Bible, the Catechism, or what the Church teaches? You have to meet them where they're at and enter into their common, everyday experience.

Join Dr. Troy Hinkel for the fifth week in this ten week series.

Join us in the Gast Social Room at Holy Trinity parish from 6:45 - 7:45 am. The cost to attend is $50 for the ten week series.

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Hot Topics: The Catholic Response to Transgenderism
Oct
10
6:30 PM18:30

Hot Topics: The Catholic Response to Transgenderism

How do you discuss hot-button topics? Join us for four lectures that will give you suggestions on how to discuss these topics with compassion while still staying true to our Catholic beliefs.

This week, Joe Heschmeyer is talking about the Catholic response to transgenderism.

Join us in social rooms one and two at Sacred Heart Parish in Shawnee, KS from 6:30 - 8:00 pm.

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Man Mornings 603
Oct
8
6:03 AM06:03

Man Mornings 603

We won’t be serving steak. We won’t be throwing hatchets. Most of us don’t have big burly beards. But…we are men, we are husbands, we are dads, we are fighters, and we have coffee.

Amid a hellacious storm of trials and temptations that life throws at us, we are trying to maintain our manhood. We are trying to survive….together….every day. Come join Chad Pirotte and Joe Heschmeyer and begin to long for new desires in your life. All men, all ages, every Tuesday morning.

September 17th through December 10th. Nativity Parish Hall.

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Common Grounds: Week Four
Oct
5
6:45 AM06:45

Common Grounds: Week Four

How do you talk to someone about God if they don't accept the Bible, the Catechism, or what the Church teaches? You have to meet them where they're at and enter into their common, everyday experience.

Join Dr. Troy Hinkel for the fourth week in this ten week series.

Join us in the Gast Social Room at Holy Trinity parish from 6:45 - 7:45 am. The cost to attend is $50 for the ten week series.

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October First Thursdays
Oct
3
7:00 PM19:00

October First Thursdays

 People both young and old take all kinds of substances for all kinds of reasons, but usually to change the way they feel. Three common examples of substances are alcohol, antidepressants, and marijuana. 

What is the Catholic viewpoint on all of these substances?

Are they all morally the same, or are there important differences? 

To understand substances we have to understand our own feelings: why we have them, and how we should cultivate them. 

Join Holy Family School of Faith every First Thursday to explore the nature, purpose, and supernatural significance of sorrow and joy. We'll evaluate the different ways that people use drugs to change their emotions.

Then, we'll discuss what kinds of drug use are right and wrong, but also how to be fully human with all of the emotions of life. 

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Man Mornings 603
Oct
1
6:03 AM06:03

Man Mornings 603

We won’t be serving steak. We won’t be throwing hatchets. Most of us don’t have big burly beards. But…we are men, we are husbands, we are dads, we are fighters, and we have coffee.

Amid a hellacious storm of trials and temptations that life throws at us, we are trying to maintain our manhood. We are trying to survive….together….every day. Come join Chad Pirotte and Joe Heschmeyer and begin to long for new desires in your life. All men, all ages, every Tuesday morning.

September 17th through December 10th. Nativity Parish Hall.

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Common Grounds: Week Three
Sep
28
6:45 AM06:45

Common Grounds: Week Three

How do you talk to someone about God if they don't accept the Bible, the Catechism, or what the Church teaches? You have to meet them where they're at and enter into their common, everyday experience.

Join Dr. Troy Hinkel for the third week in this ten week series.

Join us in the Gast Social Room at Holy Trinity parish from 6:45 - 7:45 am. The cost to attend is $50 for the ten week series.


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Hot Topics: The Catholic Response to Same-Sex Marriage
Sep
26
6:30 PM18:30

Hot Topics: The Catholic Response to Same-Sex Marriage

How do you discuss hot-button topics? Join us for four lectures that will give you suggestions on how to discuss these topics with compassion while still staying true to our Catholic beliefs.

This week, Dr. Troy Hinkel is talking about the Catholic response to same-sex marriage.

Join us in social rooms one and two at Sacred Heart Parish in Shawnee, KS from 6:30 - 8:00 pm.

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Man Mornings 603
Sep
24
6:03 AM06:03

Man Mornings 603

We won’t be serving steak. We won’t be throwing hatchets. Most of us don’t have big burly beards. But…we are men, we are husbands, we are dads, we are fighters, and we have coffee.

Amid a hellacious storm of trials and temptations that life throws at us, we are trying to maintain our manhood. We are trying to survive….together….every day. Come join Chad Pirotte and Joe Heschmeyer and begin to long for new desires in your life. All men, all ages, every Tuesday morning.

September 17th through December 10th. Nativity Parish Hall.

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Common Grounds: Week Two
Sep
21
6:45 AM06:45

Common Grounds: Week Two

How do you talk to someone about God if they don't accept the Bible, the Catechism, or what the Church teaches? You have to meet them where they're at and enter into their common, everyday experience.

Join Dr. Troy Hinkel for the second week in this ten week series.

Join us in the Gast Social Room at Holy Trinity parish from 6:45 - 7:45 am. The cost to attend is $50 for the ten week series.

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Man Mornings 603
Sep
17
6:03 AM06:03

Man Mornings 603

We won’t be serving steak. We won’t be throwing hatchets. Most of us don’t have big burly beards. But…we are men, we are husbands, we are dads, we are fighters, and we have coffee.

Amid a hellacious storm of trials and temptations that life throws at us, we are trying to maintain our manhood. We are trying to survive….together….every day. Come join Chad Pirotte and Joe Heschmeyer and begin to long for new desires in your life. All men, all ages, every Tuesday morning.

September 17th through December 10th. Nativity Parish Hall.

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Common Grounds: Week One
Sep
14
6:45 AM06:45

Common Grounds: Week One

How do you talk to someone about God if they don't accept the Bible, the Catechism, or what the Church teaches? You have to meet them where they're at and enter into their common, everyday experience.

Join Dr. Troy Hinkel for the first week in this ten week series.

Join us in the Gast Social Room at Holy Trinity parish from 6:45 - 7:45 am. The cost to attend is $50 for the ten week series.

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Hot Topics: The Catholic Response to Abortion
Sep
12
6:30 PM18:30

Hot Topics: The Catholic Response to Abortion

How do you discuss hot-button topics? Join us for four lectures that will give you suggestions on how to discuss these topics with compassion while still staying true to our Catholic beliefs.

This week, Dr. Troy Hinkel is talking about the Catholic response to abortion.

Join us in social rooms one and two at Sacred Heart Parish in Shawnee, KS from 6:30 - 8:00 pm.

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