5-07 - A Woman’s Place, A Woman’s Work, A Woman’s Call to Ministry
Presenter: Diana Macalintal
What does it really mean to be a woman serving in ministry in the Catholic Church today? Through Scripture, storytelling, and song, in hard questions that seek complex but hopeful answers, let us explore the unique gifts and blessings that women bring. Come be inspired by the examples of disciples who have embraced trust in their baptism, giving new meaning to leadership, authority, and ministry. With them and with all women and men of faith, let us renew our claim to our rightful place, our indispensable work, and our prophetic call to serve God’s people in the Church.
Presenter Bio:
Diana Macalintal is the co-director of TeamRCIA, a free online resource for catechumenate ministry. She is an author and speaker on liturgy, prayer, the RCIA, and intercultural ministry. She holds a Master of the Arts in Theology from St. John’s University in Collegeville, Minnesota, and has served in campus, parish, and diocesan ministries for 30 years. Her latest publications include The Work of Your Hands, a collection of prayers; Living Liturgy, a liturgical year resource; and Your Parish Is the Curriculum: RCIA in the Midst of Community, all available at Liturgical Press.

Workshop Schedule:
Timeslot Room Occupancy
1/6/2018 2:45 PM - 4:00 PM TBA Unlimited