February 12, 2016
Amarillo—During her first appearance in the Diocese of Amarillo in 2015, she was the talk of the 53rd annual Southwest Liturgical Conference Study Week.
Now she’s preparing to return.
School Sister of Notre Dame Sister Addie Lorraine Walker returns to Amarillo Saturday, Feb. 13 to present a Lenten Talk from 10:00am to 1:30pm at St. Hyacinth Church, 4500 West Hills Trail.
Sister Addie Lorraine, who was the keynote speaker at the 53rd annual Southwest Liturgical Conference Study Week at the Amarillo Civic Center, will offer her presentation in the Parish Center at St. Hyacinth. The theme of her talk is
How Does the Mercy of God Affect Me, My Family, My Relatives, My Place of Work, My Church.
Sister Addie Lorraine serves on the full-time faculty of Oblate School of Theology in San Antonio, where she is an Associate Professor of Pastoral Theology and the Director of the Sankofa Institute for African American Pastoral Leadership.
“I encourage you to circle the date on your calendar,” said School Sister of Notre Dame Sister Janet Marie Abbacchi, Director of Faith Formation for the Diocese of Amarillo. “Do not miss this opportunity to hear this renown, creative and spirited speaker.”
Registrations are being accepted for Sister Addie Lorraine’s talk at $10.00 per person. Registration fees can be sent to the Office of Faith Formation at 1800 North Spring, Amarillo, 79107. For more information, please call Sister Janet Marie at 383-2243, ext. 113.