God builds with grace on the nature he created and redeemed – “Behold, I make all things new!” He, the master craftsman, has the power to transform our everyday world, and he asks us to be his apprentices and journeymen. The result is Catholic Culture, a sign of the triumph of Easter which is both now and not yet.

So take heart and take root in Catholic culture!

Our Lady of the Rosary Parish invites you to register today for a FREE virtual seminar series. Our pastor, Fr. Dwight Longenecker, will converse with a different Catholic leader each Wednesday evening from 7:30-8:30 PM for a total of seven live, virtual seminars:

Seminar 1: State of the Communion: Catholic Media Today (April 14)

Seminar 2: The Crucified Hands of Christ: Attending to Civic Pain (April 21)

Seminar 3: The Word Made Text: Catholic Contributions to Literature (April 28)

Seminar 4: Building the Kingdom: Catholic Contributions to Architecture (May 5)

Seminar 5: Agony unto Ecstasy: Catholic Contributions to the Visual Arts (May 12)

Seminar 6: Making the Right Movies: Catholics in Film & Television (May 19)

Seminar 7: The Sacred Song of the Liturgy (May 26)

Fr. Longenecker’s guests include Fr. Jay Scott Newman, Glenn Arbery, Duncan Stroik, Elizabeth Lev, Edward Pentin, Barbara Nicolosi, and others who are making a positive contribution to Catholic culture today and who can speak to the broader picture of how the Holy Spirit is transforming our world through the Church.

Participants who register below will receive Zoom invitations the day of each seminar.  You will also receive Father Longenecker’s recommendations for optional pre- and post-seminar readings. During the live sessions, you will be able to submit questions and comments. The seminar is provided to any and all registrants at no cost.

Register by sending an email to takingrootincatholicculture@gmail.com.

Spread the word! Please pass on this invitation to friends, especially those who are entering the Church at Easter. Youth groups and senior groups alike can benefit from these conversations, as can any Catholics you know who are feeling discouraged.