News from the NFPC:
- NFPC will be celebrating the 50th Annual Convocation here in Chicago at the Millenium Knickerbocker from Monday, April 23, 2018 – through Friday, April 27, 2018. Our offices will be closed during this time period.
- There is still time left to register for the 50th Annual Convocation, but if you are unable to join the celebration in person, we ask you to please be with us in spirit and prayer.
- NFPC’s This Week Newsletter WILL NOT BE PUBLISHED ON SUNDAY, APRIL 29, 2018. The publication will be resumed on Sunday, May 6, 2018.
- We want to hear from you. Please share your ideas on articles of interest, seminars, workshops scheduled in your part of the country. Read a good book lately???? Share your thoughts on it with your brothers through the NFPC e-letter.
As a follow-up to two articles posted in last week’s newsletter, we’re sharing the following:
- After the Pope’s Extraordinary Apology for Chilean Abuse Case, What Comes Next?
- Commentary by Fr. Raymond de Souza, Editor-in-Chief of Convivium, a Canadian online journal
- Top Five Takeaways from ‘Gaudete et Exsultate’
- Fr. James Martin’s reflection on Pope Francis latest exhortation.
Arts and Entertainment:
- Review of British Broadcasting Company’s Series “Broken”
- Prepared by Fr. Joel Warden – Pastor of the Brooklyn Oratory Parishes, St. Boniface and Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
BE SURE TO CHECK YOUR INBOX ON SUNDAY, MAY 6, 2018 FOR THE NEXT EDITION OF THIS WEEK