Come and see a special new series and see Catholicism in a new light! If you live in Central Virginia, you should definitely come to see this great documentary about the Catholic Faith. My parish, The Church of the Incarnation, is inviting the entire community to come see this important project. There will be FREE childcare and a coffeehouse at each showing. This has been showing on 80 PBS TV stations across America, but none of the Virginia PBS stations picked it up. Each episode is about a theme in Catholicism and does not need to be seen in order, so don’t feel obligated to see them all–BUT you are welcome to come to every viewing. We hope that Catholics, Christians, Jews, Muslims, other faiths, and non-believers will all come and take something meaningful away from this experience.
Father Robert Barron has travelled the globe over the past five years to film the many places and cultures of the Catholic Faith. It shows the beauty, goodness, history, and truth of Catholicism in amazing High Definition. Preview below and at www.catholicismseries.com
January 11 – Episode 1 Amazed & Afraid: Revelation that God Become Man
January 25 – Episode 2 Happy We Are: The Teachings of Jesus
February 8 – Episode 3 The Ineffable Mystery of God
March 7 – Episode 4 Mary, The Mother of God
March 21 – Episode 5 Peter, Paul and the Missionary Adventure
April 4 – Episode 6 The Mystical Union of Christ and the Church
April 18 – Episode 7 The Mystery of the Church’s Sacrament and Worship
May 2 – Episode 8 The Communion of Saints
May 16 – Episode 9 Prayer and the Life of the Spirit
May 30 – Episode 10 World Without End: The Last Things
EVERYONE in the community is welcome !!
“This is the most important media project in the history of the Catholic Church in America. A stimulating and compelling exploration of the spiritual, moral, and intellectual riches of the Catholic world. “ -George Weigel, Biographer of Blessed John Paul II
1465 Incarnation Drive, Charlottesville, VA 22901
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