More discernment opportunities!

Do you want to see the young Catholic Church ALIVE?

Join NET Ministries and over 1,000 young people on the first Saturday of every month for Lifeline Mass. With contemporary music, energetic crowds, and powerful presentations, Lifeline (in its 17th year) is focused on giving 8-12th graders in the Minnesota area the chance to experience the beauty of Mass with their peers.

Lifeline consists of:
• Praise and worship
• Mass
• Speakers
• Concerts
• Break-out sessions
• Men’s and women’s sessions
• Eucharistic Adoration

All Lifeline Programs take place at the NET Center at 110 Crusader Avenue W., West St. Paul, MN 55118. Doors open at 5:30pm and the event begins at 6:00pm.

February 4, 2012

Does God want me to become a priest or sister? How do I know if I have the gifts and abilities it takes? How do I know if I am holy enough? How do I know that I will be happy and fulfilled? If you are asking yourself these questions, don’t miss this event. With us will be Archbishop John Nienstedt. Also on the team are Fr. Troy Przybilla from the Archdiocesan Vocations Office, Religious Sisters, Religious Brothers and seminarians from Saint Paul Seminary and Saint John Vianney.

On a personal note, our family has attended NET Masses quite a few times, even bringing our younger kids along with those in the recommended age range.  It’s an energetic experience and hearing Archbishop Neinstedt and Father Pryzbilla speak is sure to be a powerful presentation on the joy of religious life!  Get there early – it’s always packed!

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