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Thursday, September 25, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. ACTS Missions is sponsoring the first of a series of three important lectures on the occasion of Assumption Seminary’s Centennial Year.
Most Rev. John C. Wester, Bishop of Salt Lake City will speak on “The Parish as Seminary, Priests, the People of God and the Context of the New Evangelization.” At the conclusion of the talk there will be time for questions.
Born, raised and ordained in San Francisco, California, Wester pastored and led the diverse Catholic populations in the Bay Area as a priest and auxiliary bishop for 30 years. In 2007 he became the Bishop of Salt Lake City which comprises all the Catholics across the entire state of Utah. Wester serves on several national and international committees and boards for laity, marriage family life and youth, poverty, development, migration, communication and education. Bishop Wester is deeply interested in growing a Church of unity and light with priests and people working together to increase the kingdom of God in our contemporary world.
The location has changed: Thursday, Sept. 25th, 7:00pm, Holy Spirit Catholic Church 8134 Blanco Road, San Antonio, Texas 78216.