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Made in the Image of God_part 1
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Made in the Image of God_part 1

This discussion is Week 1 of a four week Speaker's series. Presented by the Office of Racial Harmony, Archdiocese of St. Louis. In this series, we listen to speakers, share our reflections, and participate in small group dialogue and Q&A. [Note, this video ends before the Q&A] God created humanity in various colors, races, and genders, yet we were all created in the Image of God. How is diversity and being made in the Image of God shown and experienced in our lives and in the Church? >Session 1 (July 25) – How do we portray the image of God today? What has shaped the Divine imagery in our places of worship and culture? Do we find a window into others or a mirror of ourselves? What are the implications to a diverse Body of Christ, and should corrective actions be taken? ➢ Session 2 (August 1) – What does Scripture and the Holy Spirit say to us about the image of God? How is God described in Scripture? How has the Holy Spirit revealed the Mother of God to diverse peoples? How might a parish pursue their own diverse imagery? ➢ Session 3 (August 8) – Experiencing the Image of God. How was intentionally diverse imagery received at Blessed Teresa of Calcutta parish in Ferguson, and what lessons can be learned from this? What is the Church’s responsibility in creating welcoming spaces for worship and community? ➢ Session 4 (August 15) – My response to what I’ve learned about the Image of God. A panel will give individual reflections on how the Holy Spirit has moved in their hearts.
Made in the Image of God_part2
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Made in the Image of God_part2

This discussion is Week 2 of a four week Speaker's series. Presented by the Office of Racial Harmony, Archdiocese of St. Louis. In this series, we listen to speakers, share our reflections, and participate in Q&A. [Note, this video does not include parts of the Q&A] God created humanity in various colors, races, and genders, yet we were all created in the Image of God. How is diversity and being made in the Image of God shown and experienced in our lives and in the Church? ➢ Session 1 (July 25) – How do we portray the image of God today? What has shaped the Divine imagery in our places of worship and culture? Do we find a window into others or a mirror of ourselves? What are the implications to a diverse Body of Christ, and should corrective actions be taken? ***➢ Session 2 (August 1) – What does Scripture and the Holy Spirit say to us about the image of God? How is God described in Scripture? How has the Holy Spirit revealed the Mother of God to diverse peoples? How might a parish pursue their own diverse imagery? ➢ Session 3 (August 8) – Experiencing the Image of God. How was intentionally diverse imagery received at Blessed Teresa of Calcutta parish in Ferguson, and what lessons can be learned from this? What is the Church’s responsibility in creating welcoming spaces for worship and community? ➢ Session 4 (August 15) – My response to what I’ve learned about the Image of God. A panel will give individual reflections on how the Holy Spirit has moved in their hearts.
Made in the Image of God_part 3
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Made in the Image of God_part 3

This discussion is Week 3 of a four week Speaker's series. Presented by the Office of Racial Harmony, Archdiocese of St. Louis. In this series, we listen to speakers, share our reflections, and participate in Q&A. [Note, this video does not include parts of the Q&A] God created humanity in various colors, races, and genders, yet we were all created in the Image of God. How is diversity and being made in the Image of God shown and experienced in our lives and in the Church? ➢ Session 1 (July 25) – How do we portray the image of God today? What has shaped the Divine imagery in our places of worship and culture? Do we find a window into others or a mirror of ourselves? What are the implications to a diverse Body of Christ, and should corrective actions be taken? ***➢ Session 2 (August 1) – What does Scripture and the Holy Spirit say to us about the image of God? How is God described in Scripture? How has the Holy Spirit revealed the Mother of God to diverse peoples? How might a parish pursue their own diverse imagery? ➢ Session 3 (August 8) – Experiencing the Image of God. How was intentionally diverse imagery received at Blessed Teresa of Calcutta parish in Ferguson, and what lessons can be learned from this? What is the Church’s responsibility in creating welcoming spaces for worship and community? ➢ Session 4 (August 15) – My response to what I’ve learned about the Image of God. A panel will give individual reflections on how the Holy Spirit has moved in their hearts.
Made in the Image of God: part 4
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Made in the Image of God: part 4

This discussion is Week 4 of a four week series. Presented by the Office of Racial Harmony, Archdiocese of St. Louis. In this series, we listen to speakers, share our reflections, and participate in small group dialogue and Q&A. [Note, this video ends before the Q&A] God created humanity in various colors, races, and genders, yet we were all created in the Image of God. How is diversity and being made in the Image of God shown and experienced in our lives and in the Church? >Session 1 (July 25) – How do we portray the image of God today? What has shaped the Divine imagery in our places of worship and culture? Do we find a window into others or a mirror of ourselves? What are the implications to a diverse Body of Christ, and should corrective actions be taken? ➢ Session 2 (August 1) – What does Scripture and the Holy Spirit say to us about the image of God? How is God described in Scripture? How has the Holy Spirit revealed the Mother of God to diverse peoples? How might a parish pursue their own diverse imagery? ➢ Session 3 (August 8) – Experiencing the Image of God. How was intentionally diverse imagery received at Blessed Teresa of Calcutta parish in Ferguson, and what lessons can be learned from this? What is the Church’s responsibility in creating welcoming spaces for worship and community? ➢ Session 4 (August 15) – My response to what I’ve learned about the Image of God. A panel will give individual reflections on how the Holy Spirit has moved in their hearts.

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