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Diocesan conference on global warming is Oct. 9

“Caring for Our Common Home,” or Laudato Si, is the Pope’s message on the environment and care for creation. A Diocesan conference will be held Saturday, Oct. 9, at Queen of All Saints Church in Michigan City that will explore the issues of global warming and the future of our planet, and how our Catholic faith can shape the future of our global world for the common good.

The event starts at 8 a.m. with Mass with Bishop McClory, followed by a continental breakfast, speakers, lunch and resources. There is no cost. 

To register, contact Kathy Lafakis at 219.769.9292, ext. 200, or  klafakis@dcgary.org.

LP Presbyterian sermon:

two kinds of wisdom

In this week’s sermon, “God’s Not Finished Yet,” based on James 3:13-4:3, 7-8a, Rev. Jane Anabe explores James’ descriptions of two kinds of wisdom. He encourages gentleness and understanding rather than bitter envy and selfish ambition, then talks about the wisdom of the world and the wisdom that comes from God. Anabe’s sermon asks, how do we get to the right kind of wisdom? 

Contemporary worship at 9 a.m. and traditional worship at 11 a.m. are indoors and on Facebook Live, and on 89.1 FM for those who wish to remain in their cars in the parking lot, 307 Kingsbury Ave. Masks are to be worn in the building, including at all times during worship and during congregational singing. Pews are marked with tape: At 9 a.m., sit in a red pew; at 11 a.m., sit in a blue pew. People from different households may sit together. There is no limit on the number of people allowed in the building, as long as sufficient distance is maintained.

Coffee and refreshments will be served outdoors after worship, weather permitting. A carillon concert will follow the 11 a.m. service. 

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