Our Advent series (Wed, Dec 6, 13 & 20 at 6:00 pm in Rm. 101) focuses on the Mystery of the Incarnation: How the Son of God became fully human while remaining fully divine.  We will examine in-depth, three particular passages from the New Testament, each one looking at the Incarnation from a different perspective.

Week One (Dec 6)
“My spirit rejoices in God my savior.”
The Magnificat [Lk 1:45-55]: Mary’s vision of her Son’s role. [facilitated by Jim Curry, RCIA Coordinator]

Week Two (Dec13)
“He humbled himself, becoming obedient to death, even death on a cross.” The Philippians Hymn [Phil. 2:6-11]: Paul’s images of Christ as a poured out libation and a humbled servant. [facilitated by Deacon Michael Nussear]

Week Three (Dec 20)
“For today in the city of David, a savior has been born for you who is Messiah and Lord.” The Angelic Proclamation of the Nativity [Lk 2:11]: The newborn Jesus as Royal Savior, Messiah & Lord [facilitated by Mary Dorsey, Dir of Religious Education]