Second talk in Bishop’s Lecture Series set for May 15

GREENWICH—All are invited to the second installment of the Bishop’s Lecture Series, which will take place on May 15 at 7 pm at Greenwich Catholic School, 471 North St. in Greenwich.

The presenter will be Bishop Frank Caggiano, whose lecture is titled “Come, Let Us Worship.” As the work of our diocesan renewal deepens, we are called to remember and celebrate the great Mystery of the Eucharist, in which we have the most sublime encounter with Christ and accompany each other as disciples and members of his Mystical Body. All our efforts to foster moments of encounter with Christ and to transform our communities of faith into families of disciples are designed to bring every Catholic believer to the celebration of Sunday Mass each week.

The bishop’s reflections will explore the nature of Christian worship, the mystery of the Lord’s Sacrifice at Mass and our response in faith. It will also serve as the official opening of the Diocesan Eucharistic Renewal.

After an initial period of prayer to begin the program, Bishop Caggiano will present the talk that will be 45 minutes in length. After a short break, there will be a 30 minute period of conversation and dialogue with participants. Light refreshments will be available prior to the start of the program.

Please RSVP to this installment in the Bishop’s Lecture Series here.

The Bishop’s Lecture Series features leading national Catholic writers and speakers who will offer their insights into renewal through truth, beauty and goodness as we seek to accompany all in their journey of faith. The lectures are presented free of charge and are open to all. 

The mission of the Bishop’s Lecture Series is to provide opportunities for compelling adult faith formation regarding catechetical, theological or pastoral issues of contemporary importance. Each year four such lectures will be given in various regions of the Diocese.