Have you ever found yourself longing for greater meaning and purpose for your life? Or maybe you’ve hoped for a deeper sense of belonging to something bigger than yourself, something beautiful and noble. Chances are you’re one of the millions of people in our world seeking lasting and authentic solutions to life’s biggest challenges. The good news is that God has given us the path to finding meaning and purpose for our lives, a sense of belonging, inner strength, true freedom and peace. It’s a path you know.
It’s time to rediscover the depth and beauty of our Catholic faith - founded 2,000 years ago by Jesus Christ and embraced by more than 1.2 billion people across the globe.
Are you ready to Rediscover:?
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Wired into our DNA is a search for meaning. Most people feel the tug of the big questions at some point in their life. Why am I here? What’s it all about? Is there a God? Where do you find meaning and purpose for your life?
As humans, we were made for each other. Most of us feel drawn to be a part of something greater than ourselves, to belong to a family and a community that makes a positive difference. Come explore what it means to belong to the universal community founded by Jesus Christ.
Rediscover: strength, freedom and peace
Life can be really complicated. Relationships can be messy, and our jobs can be stressful. The economy is unpredictable. Our lives are unpredictable. As hard as we may try, we can’t carry the weight of these burdens and challenges alone. Where can we get the strength to face life’s greatest challenges and still find happiness?
What is prayer? Does it really work? Does God actually hear me? These are questions we all have. The good news is that there are answers we can find through the lens of both faith and reason. Through prayer, we can enter into conversation with God.
Come together with fellow Catholics to continue your journey of rediscovery through Catholic community events designed to inform, inspire and enrich your faith and prayer life.
For even deeper faith enrichment, dive in to one of these books, DVDs or audio CDs.
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Listen to audio from Rediscover: events and “In Their Own Words” from the Rediscover: section of The Catholic Spirit.
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The Catholic Spirit
Check out the Rediscover: section of The Catholic Spirit. In every edition, we explore a new topic to rediscover about the truth and beauty of the Catholic faith.
Search this website or find a parish, Mass times, Confession times and opportunities to come before the Blessed Sacrament in Eucharistic Adoration.
2014 Speakers Series
Two inspiring talks highlight the beauty of prayer and offer insight on how to pray, gathered from two thousand years of Church experience. Plus, three opportunities to pray as a community in our local Church.
If you have experienced the beauty and peace of living in relationship with Jesus Christ and the Church He founded over 2,000 years ago, you have a story to tell that could change someone’s life.
2013 Catholic Celebration
Find videos, photos, audio, social media and more from the 2013 Rediscover: Catholic Celebration, held October 12, 2013 at the Saint Paul RiverCentre.
Rediscover the Song
Singer-songwriter Eliot Morris has toured nationally with acts including James Taylor and John Mayer. His latest single, “Rediscover,” was inspired by evangelization efforts in our local Church.