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    Blessed Margaret of Castello, OP Chapter-in-Formation

    Sunday, 16 April AD 2000

        Third Order of St. Dominic, lay people working for Our Lord Jesus Christ in the evangelical spirit of St. Dominic in the Catholic Church.


    Saturday, 15 April 2000

    At St. Mark’s Catholic Church, Boise:

    7:00 a.m. Liturgy of the Hours

    St. Mark’s, Boise, “cry room” [During the Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament].

    7:30 a.m. Rosary

    7:45 a.m. Sacrifice of the Mass

    Sunday, 16 April 2000

    At Holy Apostles Catholic Church, Eagle:

    1:00 p.m. light pot luck lunch

    2:00 p.m. meeting.

    Matthew 5: Blessed Are Those who Hunger and Thirst for Righteousness

    I.   Prioress

    a. business meeting

    b. indulgences conference (planning)

    c. Events during Holy Week

    d. Lay Provincial Council Meeting in May

    e. Things we can do to help people know about the Dominicans and the Catholic Faith.

    II. Beatitudes: Blessed Art Those who Hunger and Thirst for Righteousness (St. Matthew, Chapter 5).

    a. Formation Director

    b. Introduction

    i. St. Dominic (John KeenanT.O.P.)

    ii. St. Catherine of Siena (Feast day) (Les Fitzgerald, T.O.P.)

    iii. The Rule (Ken Jercha, T.O.P.)

    iv. St. Augustine on Beatitudes (Gwen McGarvey, T.O.P. & Mark Gross, T.O.P.)

    v. St. Thomas Aquinas on “Justice” (Phil Ferguson, T.O.P.)

    vi. Study (A study on biblical and spiritual writings to help focus on Righteousness) (John Keenan, T.O.P.)

    vii. Colloquium on Righteousness or Justice. What does this mean to us? Personally.

    c. Review of the Dominican Order.

    i. The charism of the St. Dominic, the gifts given him by the Holy Spirit.

    ii. A review of the lay Dominican as a member of the Christ’s Church.

    To Praise * to Bless * to Preach

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