Monday, May 7, 2018

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Gus opens to floor up for "Ministry Monday," where he invites listeners to call in and talks about the ministry or ministries they're involved in at their parish. We hear about traditional liturgical and non-liturgical ministries like altar service, Eucharistic ministers, Altar Rosary Society, prison ministry, men's and women's clubs, as well as newer ones like Luminous Ministries,  Growing Together in Faith and ministries that assist persecuted Christians in Iraq.

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  • Richard: May 07, 2018

    For many years our church in Omaha has offered the ministry of Bible Study in the evenings for adults. We mostly used the Catholic Little Rock Scripture Study to delve into various books of the Old and New Testaments and also general themes found in the Bible. The most rewarding part of these Bible studies was faith sharing where all people in the Bible Study group had the opportunity to discuss how certain passages in the Bible had important meaning for their lives. The ministry of Bible Study is a basic essential for all Catholic Churches.

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