iFaith Young Adult Event (Starts February 27th)

iFAITH: WHAT’S GOD HAVE TO DO WITH MY MEDIA?

A 4-PART LENTEN SERIES TO BECOME MEDIA MINDFUL


Do you sometimes feel overwhelmed by the demands of your screens?  Young Adults are invited to make a choice this Lent to live intentionally with their media through an engaging 4-part virtual series called “iFaith: What’s God have to do with my media?” with Sister Nancy Usselmann, a Daughter of St. Paul, to help you become more media mindful.  Each will cover a different form of media—film, television, social media, and video games.  

Sessions: once a week for 4 weeks during Lent on Tuesdays at 8pm EST by Zoom, 90 minutes each.

Dates:

  • February 27th
  • March 5th
  • March 12th
  • March 19th

PLEASE REGISTER HERE BY FEBRUARY 18th


Join us for one or ALL of the sessions! This series is Free but you must register by February 18th to participate.  Invite young adult friends from outside our parish or in other states to join this Lenten challenge! 

Sr. Nancy’s BIO:  Sr. Nancy Usselmann, FSP is a Daughter of St Paul and the Director of the Pauline Media Studies Center in Los Angeles. She is a theologian, international speaker, writer, film/TV reviewer, and author of A Sacred Look: Becoming Cultural Mystics, a theology of popular culture. Sr Nancy is a Doctoral Candidate at Catholic University of America in the field of Liturgical Catechesis.