January 21, 2019

Lüthen Lecture Series
 
When Venerable Francis Mary Jordan founded the Apostolic Teaching Society in 1881, he imagined a community of committed Catholics--priests, religious, and committed lay members--who would work together to re-energize and re-evangelize Christians throughout Europe and the world. Among his first collaborators was Father Bonaventure Luthen, a gifted writer and formator who helped make Father Jordan's dream a reality.
 
 
 
 
With the Lüthen Lecture Series, Jordan Ministry Team honors the legacy of Father Lüthen by bringing together speakers from throughout the United States for a series of workshops on various aspects of spirituality, ministry, ecumenism, interfaith dialogue, and faith formation. Hosted by various parishes of the Diocese of Tucson, these presentations are an opportunity to enrich spirituality, faith, and ministry. 
 
Thanks to a special gift,  as well as support of the Salvatorian community in Tucson and the Formation Office of the Diocese of Tucson, there is no charge for these events. Each lecture begins at 7:00pm and a reception will follow each event; freewill offerings are welcome.
 
For a downloadable PDF of the lecture series flyer, click here
 
 
 
 
To share your questions or comments, please contact the Jordan Ministry Team offices at (520)623-2563 or email JMT@JordanMinistry.org.