The Synod on Synodality is a process that allows bishops to consult and dialogue with Catholics—from parishioners all the way up to priests—in a spirit of collaboration and openness.View Fee Schedule
Online or In-Person (before Sept. 1)
The synodal path we have been walking as a Roman Catholic church began officially in 2021 and ends in 2023 when the bishops convoke the, ‘Synod on the Synod.’ But it is not supposed to end there! The synodal process has always been about transforming us as a church: we are meant to continue on the path of ‘walking together in the Spirit.’
But we have questions! What are we being called to? Why are we being called to it? And most importantly, how are we to do this? What does being ‘synodal’ even look like? Furthermore, why should I care? What’s my part in all this?
Join us for an informal evening where we can explore questions, propose responses, and in doing so, be perhaps discover our place in a synodal church.
Sandra (Sandy) Prather B.Ed,M.Th., is a long-time retreat director, writer and facilitator known for an infectious joy in her faith. She works locally, nationally and internationally teaching and leading retreats, seminars and workshops for educators, lay formation programs, parishes, and men’s and women’s religious organizations. Drawing upon her theological training and faith perspective as a wife, mother and grandmother, Sandra ‘breaks open the ordinary’ so that we might know God `amidst the pots and pans.’ She serves as Provincial Animator for Associates for the Oblates of Mary Immaculate, Lacombe Canada and has been an Honorary Oblate since 2008. She and her husband Bob reside in Sherwood Park, Alberta and are blessed with four adult children and ten grandchildren.
|Thursday November 10, 2022||7:00 pm - 9:00 pm|