FALL RIVER — Theologian, author, and popular speaker Dr. Edward Sri (in photo at right) will lead a virtual Biblical Walk Through the Mass for members of the Fall River Diocese on Wednesday, Feb. 15, at 6:30 p.m.
There is no charge to take part, but persons must register in advance to have access to the presentation to be offered via Zoom.
“As part of the initial year of formation and preparation for the National Eucharistic Revival, the Diocese is hosting this free virtual session to reinforce the importance of the Mass for Catholics and to better understand its biblical roots,” said David Carvalho, who heads up the Secretariat for the New Evangelization in the Diocese of Fall River.
Sri holds a doctorate from the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas in Rome and is an adjunct professor at the Augustine Institute in Colorado. He has served as content director for a number of the Institute’s parish programs, including Symbolon: The Catholic Faith Explained and Beloved: Finding Happiness in Marriage and was executive director of the Institute’s digital platform, Formed.org, in its initial year.
An international speaker, he presents in a variety of forums each year addressing clergy, parish leaders, catechists, and laity. He is also known from his frequent appearances on EWTN and his weekly podcast, All Things Catholic.
He is also the author of several books among them No Greater Love: A Biblical Walk through Christ’s Passion, Walking with Mary, and Who Am I to Judge? – Responding to Relativism with Logic and Love.
The National Eucharistic Revival is a three-year initiative launched last year by the bishops of the United States to inspire and prepare the faithful to be formed, healed, and united through a renewed encounter with Jesus in the Eucharist. Each year is designed to have a different focus for formation and missionary discipleship with the overall aim of lasting impact for the renewal for the Catholic Church in the U.S.
Persons interested in Dr. Sri’s virtual presentation on February 15 may register here.
Learn more about the National Eucharistic Revival in the Diocese of Fall River here.