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Y él mismo constituyó a unos, apóstoles; a otros, profetas; a otros, evangelistas; a otros, pastores y maestros,
a fin de perfeccionar a los santos para la obra del ministerio, para la edificación del cuerpo de Cristo,
hasta que todos lleguemos a la unidad de la fe y del conocimiento del Hijo de Dios, a un varón perfecto, a la medida de la estatura de la plenitud de Cristo

Efesios 4:11-13 

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Movimientos Eclesticos/ Ecclesiastical Movements

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Que es ACTS?

Un retiro de ACTS ofrece a los participantes la oportunidad de experimentar el amor de Jesucristo. Esto fomenta el deseo del discipulado y la construcción de una comunidad parroquial. El retiro toma a cabo un fin de semana por tres días, y tres noches. es guiado por laico católicos con el apoyo del clero y un guía spiritual. El Retiro empieza un jueves por la tarde y termina el domingo durante la misa dominical en la parroquia. Tras el uso de la oración, servicio y la enseñanza el Retiro de ACTS se une con los retirantes en su camino espiritual y los invita a experimentar a Dios de una manera personal y comunitaria. 

What is ACTS?

An ACTS Retreat is a parish-based evangelization tool which offers participants an opportunity to   encounter the love of Jesus Christ. It fosters the desire for Christ-centered discipleship and parish community building. The ACTS weekend is a three day, three night retreat led by Catholic laymen along with the support of clergy and a spiritual director. The Retreat starts on a Thursday evening and ends with a Sunday Mass in one of the parishes. While utilizing prayer and service, the ACTS Retreat meets people where they are in their own spiritual journey and invites them to experience God on not only a  personal, but also  on a communal level.


ACTS In Waukesha/ ACTS en Waukesha

After living the ACTS retreat in Hattiesburg, MS, in  November of 2010, 3 women and 4 men from  St. Joseph’s parish, with the help of the Mississippi team, brought the first ever women’s and men’s ACTS retreats to Waukesha, which took place in the Summer  of 2011, with over 70 total retreatants. Since then, with the help of the current ACTS family, and the holy spirit, 7 women’s retreats and 7 men’s retreats have taken place, bringing the gifts of adoration, community, theology and service to over 400 people!

 Después de haber vivido el retiro de ACTS en Hattiesburg, Mississippi en Noviembre del 2010, tres mujeres y cuatro hombres de la parroquia San José, con el apoyo del equipo de Mississippi, llevaron a cabo los primerosretiro de ACTS de mujeres y hombres en Waukesha en el verano del 2011, con mas de 70 participantes. Desde entonces, con el apoyo de la existente familia de ACTS y el Espíritu Santo, se han llevado a cabo 7 retiros de mujeres y  hombres, que han traído los regalos de adoración, comunidad, teología y   servicio a mas de 400 miembros de la  comunidad!

Sobre El Camino Neocatecumenal/ About The Neocatechumenal Way

La naturaleza del Camino Neocatecumenal es definida por S.S. Juan Pablo II cuando escribe: “Reconozco el Camino Neocatecumenal como un itinerario de formación católica, válida para la sociedad y para los tiempos de hoy”.

El Neocatecumenado, en cuanto itinerario de redescubrimiento de la iniciación cristiana, se realiza normalmente en la parroquia, «ámbito ordinario donde se nace y se crece en la fe», lugar privilegiado donde la Iglesia, madre y maestra, engendra en la fuente bautismal a los hijos de Dios y les “gesta” a la vida nueva.

El Neocatecumenado consta de las catequesis iniciales y del itinerario neocatecumenal, inspirado en las tres fases de la iniciación cristiana: precatecumenado, catecumenado y elección, divididas en etapas, jalonadas por pasos marcados por algunas celebraciones.

Las catequesis iniciales y el itinerario neocatecumenal se basan en los tres elementos fundamentales de la vida cristiana, resaltados por el Concilio Vaticano II: Palabra de Dios, Liturgia y Comunidad

Modelo de la comunidad neocatecumenal es la Sagrada Familia de Nazaret, lugar histórico donde el Verbo de Dios, hecho Hombre, se hace adulto creciendo «en sabiduría, edad y gracia», estando sometido a José y María.18 En la comunidad los neocatecúmenos se tornan adultos en la fe, creciendo en humildad, simplicidad y alabanza, obedientes a la Iglesia.

El camino neocatecumenal llegó a Waukesha en septiembre de 2015, un equipo de catequistas de Chicago trajo la catequesis y hoy hay cuatro comunidades formadas con alrededor de 140 feligreses involucrados.

 


The nature of the Neocatechumenal Way is defined by His Holiness John Paul II when he writes: “I recognize the Neocatechumenal Way as an itinerary of Catholic formation, valid for our society and for our times.

The Neocatechumenate, being an itinerary of rediscovery of Christian initiation, is usually implemented in the parish, “the usual place in which one is born and grows in the privileged location in which the Church, mother and teacher, brings the children of God to birth in the baptismal font and “gestates” them to new life.

The Neocatechumenate consists of the initial catechesis and of the neo-catechumenal itinerary, inspired by the three phases of Christian initiation: precatechumenate, catechumenate and election.

The initial catechesis and the neo-catechumenal itinerary are based on the three fundamental elements of Christian life, underlined by the Second Vatican Council: Word of God, Liturgy and Community.

The model of the neo-catechumenal community is the Holy Family of Nazareth, the historical place where the Word of God, made man, becomes adult, growing “in wisdom, age and grace”, submitted to Joseph and Mary. In the community the neocatechumens become adult in faith, growing in humility, simplicity and praise, submitted to the Church.

The Neocatechumenal way arrived in Waukesha on September of 2015, a team of catechists from Chicago brought the catechesis and today there are four communities formed with around 140 parishioners involved.

El movimiento de Cursillos de Cristiandad es un movimiento eclesial que actúa en el seno de la iglesia católica. Fue iniciado en España entre 1940 y 49 en el Monasterio de San Honorato Mallorca.
El Cursillo un encuentro/ retiro, de tres días. Durante este retiro, la gente vive una experiencia profunda de vida cristiana.
 
El cursillo se inicia en un clima de fraternidad y alegría, se logra lo siguiente:
  • A conocerse mejor (encuentro con si mismo)
  • A experimentar la presencia y el amor de Jesucristo (encuentro con Dios)
  • A descubrir todo el bien que puede aportar una comunidad cristiana atenta y afectuosa (encuentro con los demás).

 


 
 
The Cursillos is an ecclesial movement that acts within the Catholic Church. It was started in Spain between 1940 and 49 in the Monastery of San Honorato Mallorca.
The Cursiillo is a retreat of three days. During this retreat, people live a deep experience of Christian life.

The Curisillo begins in a climate of fraternity and joy, the following is achieved:

  • An encounter with oneself
  • To experience the presence and love of Jesus Christ (encounter with God)
  • To discover all the good that an attentive and affectionate Christian community can bring (meeting others).

Retiro de Emaus fue fundado hace más de 30 años en Miami. Mirna Gallagher, directora de Educación Religiosa de la Parroquia de St. Louis con un equipo de mujeres, con la supervisión del obispo de la diócesis y el rector de la Parroquia. Este retiro está basado en la lectura del evangelio según San Lucas 24: 13-35 que versa sobre los acontecimientos en el camino a Emaús. El objetivo es que podamos reconocer que Jesús vive entre nosotros, amándonos con amor eterno, en nuestro diario caminar . El retiro ofrece una oportunidad para quien no conozca a Jesús o que viva sumergido en el mundo de hoy, disfrute de una jornada transformadora, producto del encuentro con su amor. 

Emaus Retreat was founded more than 30 years ago in Miami. Mirna Gallagher, director of Religious Education of St. Louis Parish with a team of women, with the supervision of the bishop of the diocese and the rector of the Parish. This retreat is based on the reading of the gospel according to Luke 24: 13-35 which deals with the events on the road to Emmaus. The goal is that we can recognize that Jesus lives among us, loving us with eternal love in our daily walk. The retreat offers an opportunity for those who do not know Jesus or who live submerged in today's world, enjoy a transformative journey, product of the encounter with his love.  

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Otros/ Other

What is ANSPAC?

ANSAPC works as a consultant promoting universal values ​​and strengthening family integration for the benefit of the community in general and companies and churches.

 

ABOUT US
Founded in 1974, ANSPAC is an association that works to optimize the moral, social and cultural level of Mexican families by promoting the integral improvement of the person.
 
MISSION:
The integral improvement of the person, based on the conviction that only those who continuously develop all their human potential, can be a builder in their family and in their community of a new and better world.

GOALS:
Help women to: Strengthen their conscience as people open to transcendent values. · Favor the knowledge of your own dignity Cultivate your responsibility and determination to be fully trained. Promote their intelligent, balanced and responsible participation in the progress of the family, of society, and consequently of the country.
 
THE IMPACT OF ANSPAC IN THE COMMUNITY ·
 
It supports the formation of the family nucleus as a center for education in values.
It is a link between the companies and the families of the workers.
It improves the moral, social and cultural level of Mexican families through the courses they offer to people.
It encourages people to be promoters of their own change.
Calls on companies to acquire social commitments.
Support the education and improvement of the person.
 
 
For More information: 

www.anspac.org.mx

 

About Greater Mission

Grater Mission LLC helps Catholic parishes, dioceses & ministries advance their sacred mission through faith-based capital campaign, stewardship & mission.

Greater Mission offers two primary services:

Capital Campaigns; that inspire great generosity for capital and endowment projects.

With All Your Heart; a multi-year journey to help parishes build a growing, Christ-centered community of involved and generous disciples.

As a firm, we have a special commitment to engage the rapidly growing Latino Catholic community.

With All Your Heart offers a way to invite Catholics to fully live their faith as members of a thriving parish. The aim is to strengthen parish life by increased involvement, generosity and membership. The name is inspired by the Great Commandment taught by Jesus – Love the Lord your God with all your heart, soul, mind and strength. (Mk 12:30)  To speak in the language and to the culture of the Latino community, we have created a sister model entitled, Con Todo Nuestro Corazón.

The With All Your Heart model establishes a cycle of four seasons throughout the year, always building from one to the next.  The four seasons each take on an important way to live as a faithful and generous disciple of Jesus.

 
Heart to Pray
Heart to Serve
Heart to Share
Heart to Witness.

These seasons are paralleled by a year-round effort to further build the parish as a close and caring Community.

Implementing the With All Your Heart model must be established as a priority within the life of the parish. Greater Mission has priced With All Your Heart to be highly affordable. And we have designed a unique model to offer initial training and ongoing support.

Para Más Información

Juana Avila-Palacios
Directora del Ministerio Hispano/Latino
262-542-2589 x208
javila@ccwauk.org
St. John Neumann
262-549-0223
2400 W. STH 59
Waukesha, WI 5189

St. Joseph 
262-542-2589
818 N. East Ave
Waukesha, WI 53186

St. Mary
262-547-6555
225 S. Hartwell St. 
Waukesha, WI 53186

St. William
262-547-2763
440 Moreland Ave 
Waukesha, WI 53188
Pardon Our Dust