Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Danielle Rose in Los Angeles

Wednesday greetings from Long Beach, California.

Last night I was privileged to hear Danielle Rose share her story and song at an event for young adults at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels in Los Angeles. If you find out that Danielle is speaking and singing in your area, do not hesitate to go. Your heart will be moved and challenged and you will grow closer to the Lord.

Her presentation was compelling. She shares from the depths of her soul and her music gets to the heart of the spiritual journey. I was so proud of her. And, it was her birthday as well. All in attendance sang "Happy Birthday" and Daniel received a bouquet of roses sent by her parents. It was a wonderful evening.

I am headed to the airport now for a flight back to Chicago. Friday I fly to Tucson to give two workshops on Saturday:

Liturgy and the Assembly—Dr. Jerry Galipeau—In this workshop, Dr. Galipeau will review the full, conscious, active participation of the assembly in the liturgy.

Liturgy and the R.C.I.A. Process Dr. Jerry Galipeau—This workshop will assist RCIA directors and teams in the work of mystagogy using the revised texts of the Roman Missal.

I am looking forward to my day of ministry with the people of the Diocese of Tucson.

Please pray for the safety of all travelers.

Gotta sing. Gotta pray.

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