Chicago, IL (PRWEB) March 31, 2012
For many Catholics, Lent is the period of time to focus on what to let go of and what was to say “no” to. But during the Easter season, a festival of new life, many Catholics turn their attention to saying “yes” to the risen Christ. Joe Paprocki, DMin, explores 7 things Catholics can say “yes” to and 7 ways in which they can be renewed by the grace of the risen Christ in “7 Keys to Spiritual Wellness: A Webinar for Easter People.”
The “7 Keys to Spiritual Wellness” webinar will allow Catholics to renew their baptism by opening themselves up to the guiding Holy Spirit. This webinar, featuring several principles from Paprocki’s book 7 Keys to Spiritual Wellness, will discuss ways to identify and strengthen aspects of one’s spiritual life as well as ways to actively seek the good of others. As Pentecost approaches, this webinar is an opportunity for Catholics to seek spiritual renewal. Paprocki explains, “It’s important for us to see the Catholic faith not simply as a collection of rules and doctrine, but as a spiritual path whose guideposts can lead us to a deeper faith and into a healthier relationship with God and others.”
This free webinar is hosted by Joe Paprocki, an author, a speaker, and a catechist at Most Holy Redeemer Parish in Evergreen Park, Illinois, with over 30 years of experience in pastoral ministry. Paprocki, national consultant for faith formation at Loyola Press, is the author of many books, including Practice Makes Catholic and A Well-Built Faith. He is also the host of the blog Catechist’s Journey.
To register for the “7 Keys to Spiritual Wellness” webinar, click here: http://catechistsjourney.loyolapress.com/webinars-2/. The webinar will take place on April 24 from 7 to 8 p.m. CDT. To purchase Joe Paprocki’s new book, 7 Keys to Spiritual Wellness, visit LoyolaPress.com and use promo code “7KeysWeb” to receive 30% off for 1–9 copies and 40% off for 10 or more copies.
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