Emerging Together APM theme
Emerging Together APM theme

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2021 Mary Mulheron Award Winner
2021 Mary Mulheron Award Winner

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Lori's award presentation
Lori's award presentation

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Emerging Together APM theme
Emerging Together APM theme

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We meet for an hour on Zoom, to check-in, pray, discuss & share, timely issues like: homebound ministry during Covid-19, funeral lunch changes, formation of volunteers, etc.

RSVP to Jean @ jthoresen@paxchristi.com to receive this month’s Zoom link.

We hope you can join us! If you know an active pastoral minister who has not yet joined APM--invite them to do so, as this is an excellent benefit for them.

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Wisdom and Wonders in Ministry

Join APM board members Jean Thoresen and Barb Uschold Anderson

Thursday, December 9, 2021

3:00 to 4:00Pm

Drop in and gather with other pastoral ministers from your desk or home to check-in, share ideas, gain insight and knowledge about a variety of topics.  It seems like weekly there’s a new wonder to tackle! As we continue to minister through Covid-19, and beyond: we are faced with several challenges.  Here we will share about best practices, protocols, prayer, and gain camaraderie and encouragement, etc.

APM Chair

Lori Hannasch

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Emerging Together as a Eucharistic Church Committed to Justice

With Angela Senander

Thursday, November 11, 2021

1:00—3:00PM

Pax Christi, Eden Prairie

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As the November meeting of the USCCB approaches, come reflect on the themes of the draft pastoral letter on the Eucharist. First, Eucharist as a mystery to be believed invites critical examination of the Pew study so as not to misunderstand what Catholics believe. Second,


Eucharist as a mystery to be celebrated invites reflection on justice in the liturgy. Third, Eucharist as a mystery to be lived invites reflection on the church’s mission promoting justice in the world. Our speaker is Angela Senander, a theologian with experience directing the Institute for Catholicism and Citizenship as an associate professor at the University of St. Thomas and serving as Chair of the Department of Systematic and Moral Theology at Washington Theological Union. She is the author of Scandal: The Catholic Church and Public Life (Liturgical Press).

About Us

APM is a community of caring people committed to the Church's human service ministries and the support of one another in those ministries.

 

The role of our members is one of leadership in calling people forth to respond to their baptism through ministry and in modeling new ways of ministering.

 

We are dedicated to nurturing relationships with individuals and organizations within the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis and beyond its boundaries.

 

We are a community of discernment seeking to discover and to implement ways that will strengthen and improve the quality of our ministry modeled after the life and teachings of Jesus.