Bulletin: ACC Reception & Caucus Nov. 10th at CTA (Issued 11/4/12)

Attending Call to Action Conference in Louisville?
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Please join us at the

ACC Caucus and Reception
12 Noon on Saturday, November 10th
Galt Hotel, Louisville, KY

 

 
Dear Friend of ACC:            Gray                   Put Pieces Together

So you know that structural reform is needed in the institutional Church but unsure where to start? Come join us as we think strategically and put some pieces together in collaborative efforts to transform power relationship in the Church.   

   

If you will be in Louisville, Kentucky, this coming weekend for the 2012 Call to Action Conference, we extend to you an invitation to the American Catholic Council Reception & Caucus, scheduled on Saturday, November 10, from 12noon to 1pm.   

 
As of this notice, the location of the gathering is the COE Room, located on the third floor of the Suite Tower at the CTA hotel venue (The Galt Hotel). Please confirm location in the printed program, which you will get when you check-in at CTA registration. There is no cost to attend.  

 

If you plan to join with us, Click here to RSVP

 

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At this session, you will have opportunity to learn about the work of the ACC post Detroit. Together, we’ve been engaged in several major initiatives.  We are ready to share progress with you. Come meet with members of our National Planning Committee as we share Food for Thought and Action.  Yes, there will be some complimentary nibbles!    

 

The journey ahead will demand “critical mass” to be successful; Join with us as we stimulate our collective thinking, wet our appetites for challenging change, and nurture our spiritual commitment to the cause.          

  • Learn about ACC’s exciting pilot Institute on Nonviolent Action and Church Reform, some the developing outcomes of that innovative project, and tentative plans to share the fruit of the Institute to a wider audience;  
  • Learn about the prospect of regional gatherings across the US and Canada in 2013; 
  • Connect with local communities across the ACC Assemblies Community Network;    
  • Learn about other ACC initiatives building upon the impetus of the inaugural ACC gathering in Detroit (June, 2011);     

Watch for our developing plans in the next issue of our full newsletter, scheduled in early December.   

 

 — ACC National Planning Committee 

 

Prayer for a Spirit-Filled Meeting as we gather in Louisville:
Holy Spirit

O Holy and Hopeful Presence, whose spirit moves quietly but surely in the fray of the world, be  with us as we gather at this meeting, linked by hope for change and the willingness to work for it. Infuse your spirit into us so that we will be able to make hope visible.Inspire us to stretch our hearts and minds in ways not yet attempted, so that we can discover your way for your church on earth as we strive to be one with you in our hope for change.  Amen.
About American Catholic Council
We are a grassroots movement of faithful Catholics, grounded in prayer and informed by the proceedings of the inaugural convening of the American Catholic Council on Pentecost Weekend in June 2011. Grounded in the Catholic Bill of Rights and Responsibilities adopted at that historic gathering celebrating Vatican II, we are dedicated to exercising our baptismal rights and responsibilities as full participants in the mission and governance of the Church, in order to make it more just, inclusive, collegial and compassionate. To that end, we provide action-oriented educational, communication and project resources.

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