Catholic Understanding of Almsgiving
You see needs everywhere and multiple charities ask for your support every week. How do you sort through the noise and find a way to respond according to the gifts, talents and resources God has given you?
During Lent, the Church encourages us to give alms and care for those whom Jesus called “the least of my brethren.” How do we respond fully with our head, heart, and hands to this call of Jesus?
Hosted on Zoom, this virtual Lenten program explores scriptural and Church teaching about almsgiving. The hour-long program will feature prayer, instruction, insights, and conversation that can help you understand more clearly how God invites you to a deep response to the needs of others.
Each program is hosted by a priest of the Rockford Diocese who has witnessed how almsgiving can change the lives of both those who receive and those who give.
You can attend from the comfort of your own home on any one of four different Sundays. Choose the one that best fits your schedule.
Hosts for the 2022 Lenten Program
Select the date that best fits your schedule
March 13, 2022 – 7:00pm
Rev. John P. McNamara
Parochial Administrator St. Catherine of Siena, Dundee and St. Mary, Gilberts
March 20, 2022 – 4:00pm
Rev. David E. Beauvais
Retired priest of the Rockford Diocese, Rockford
March 27, 2022 – 7:00pm
Very Rev. J. Stephen St. Jules
Pastor of St. Katharine Drexel, Sugar Grove
April 3, 2022 – 4:00pm
Very Rev. Robert W. Jones
Pastor St. Thomas the Apostle, Crystal Lake
Finding Christ among the least of our brothers and sisters