Hey Edmond, OK!

I’m coming your way! Mark your calendar!

Popular Catholic Writer and Speaker to Present Mission

Author and speaker, Mark P. Shea will present “Becoming Disciples”, the 2014 Lenten Mission at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Edmond.  The mission will be March 24-26, 2014.

Shea is an internationally known speaker on various issues in Catholic faith and life.  In addition he is an award-winning columnist, contributing many articles to many magazines, including his popular column “Connecting the Dots” for the National Catholic Register.  Also, he is nationally known for his one minute “Words of Encouragement” on Catholic radio.

His most recent works are The Heart of Catholic Prayer: Re-Discovering the Our Father and the Hail Mary (Our Sunday Visitor) and The Work of Mercy: Being the Hands and Heart of Christ (Servant).   Shea is also the author of the acclaimed Mary, Mother of the Son trilogy (Catholic Answers).

His other works include: Making Sense Out of Scripture: Reading the Bible as the First Christians Did (Basilica) and The DaVinci Deception: 100 Questions About the Facts and Fiction of The DaVinci Code (Ascension).

Everyone is invited, Catholics and non-Catholics, to the mission on March 24, 25, and 26, 2014.  St. John the Baptist Catholic Church is located at 900 S. Littler, Edmond, OK  73083-0510.  For more information please call 405-340-0691.


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  • Mary Fitter

    Edmond, Oklahoma; my hometown. And St. John’s is where I was married. Praying for a warm reception for you! I will send some of my Edmond Catholic peeps your way. I have a friend who is going through RCIA over at St. Monica’s (also in Edmond) and sent her a message to attend your talks.

  • Thomas Boynton Tucker

    Isn’t it weird that St. John couldn’t figure out whether he was a Baptist or a Catholic?