Region IX Stewardship Conference
Come spend time renewing your life with Jesus through a deeper appreciation and understanding of stewardship. This year’s conference will be held on April 11-12, 2019 at the Spiritual Life Center located in Wichita Kansas. This year's theme is titled "My Life with Jesus", and will feature keynote speaker Kevin Cotter from the Amazing Parish. You will be inspired to share this encounter with family, parish and community!
The cost of the conference includes all programming, materials, overnight accommodations, meals, and Thursday evening Adoration and social with heavy hors d’oeuvres /Wine/Beer: $100 commuters, $120 double, and $140 single. Each guest room is private and includes two twins or a queen bed, full bathroom and Wi-Fi access. To register, click HERE.
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|Kevin Cotter of Amazing Parish “Our Church talks about being a missionary disciple, but what does this look like?" Kevin will share the Church's vision for evangelization as well as practical ways to live it out in your diocese, your parish, and your everyday life. Kevin Cotter is the executive director of the Amazing Parish. He previously served FOCUS for 11 years, most recently as the senior director of curriculum. Kevin is a graduate of Benedictine College and the Augustine Institute and the author of 5 books, including his latest book entitled, CALLED: Becoming an Everyday Disciple in a Post-Christian World. Kevin currently resides in Denver, CO with his wife, Lisa, and their children.|
|Thursday, April 11, 2019|
|7:00 PM||Prayer Service and Adoration – Wichita Adore Ministries – Chapel|
|8:00 PM||Evening Social - Heavy hors d’oeuvres/Wine/Beer|
|Friday, April 21, 2019|
|7:00 AM||Rosary - Chapel|
|7:30 AM||Breakfast - Dining Hall|
|8:15 AM||Welcome – Main Assembly|
|8:30 AM||Keynote speaker – Kevin Cotter, CALLED: Becoming an Everyday Disciple in a Post-Christian World.|
|9:30 AM||Round-table Discussions (pick one to attend)|
|10:45 AM||Holy Mass|
|12:15 PM||Q/A Panel discussion|
|1:15 PM||PM Round-table Discussions (pick one to attend)|
|2:30 PM||Closing Plenary Session – Father John Jirak, Next Level Stewardship: Stewardship, Discipleship and the New Evangelization|
|3:00 PM||Adoration and Closing Prayer Service – Wichita Adore Ministries|
|Fr. John Jirak, pastor, Church of the Magdalen, Wichita, KS “The next chapter of any thriving stewardship parish is the discipling of stewards with a personal, passionate relationship with Jesus, which Pope Francis invites each one of us daily: ‘a renewed personal encounter with Jesus Christ, or at least an openness to letting him encounter them.’” Fr. John Jirak is a priest of the Catholic Diocese of Wichita, Kansas. He attended Fort Hays State University where he received a B.S. in Agribusiness in 1996 and graduated from Conception Seminary College in 1998. He attended major seminary at the Pontifical College Josephinum where he received a master’s degree in Dogmatic Theology. He was ordained a priest in 2002. Fr. Jirak serves as Pastor of Church of the Magdalen, as Diocesan Tribunal as a Judge and is Chaplain of the Latin Mass Community in the Catholic Diocese of Wichita. He is the spiritual director of the Diocesan House of Formation. Fr. Jirak has a passion for the New Evangelization and the Stewardship Way of Life. As pastor of Blessed Sacrament, the parish received the 2015 Archbishop Thomas J. Murphy Award for outstanding work in Christian stewardship formation at the International Catholic Stewardship Conference in Chicago, Illinois.|
|We will experience the Eucharistic heart of Jesus in a new way. Christ is seeking to take another step into our lives, and this time of prayer is the perfect way to allow Him the opportunity. WAM will open and close the conference. WICHITA ADORE MINISTRIES MISSION: Bringing souls face to face with the Eucharistic Heart of Jesus Christ and forming missionaries of the New Evangelization.|
|Spiritual Life Center 7100 E. 45th St. N, Wichita KS (316) 744-0167 www.slcwichita.org|
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