November 8-11, 2018
@St. Francis de Sales

Fr. Stéphane​​, Lyn, and Steve will present the History of Salvation course from Saint Andrew School of Evangelization.  

Schedule

Thursday, November 8 - 6:30 - 9:30 pm
Friday, November 9 - 6:30 - 9:30 pm
Saturday, November 10 - 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Sunday, November 11 - 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Cost

TBD (costs still being determined)

Our Guest Speakers

Lyn & Steve Wright immigrated from the UK to Canada in 1981 with their two daughters who have blessed them with four grandchildren and one special grandson now resting in the arms of Jesus praying and protecting his family. Both Lyn and Steve converted to the Catholic faith in 1994 and have been involved in many ministries promoting evangelization. It wasn’t until being invited by their Parish Priest, Fr. Andrew to attend a St Andrew School of Evangelization Course (John) in 2009https://ssl.gstatic.com/ui/v1/icons/mail/images/cleardot.gif that they discovered that they had found a movement that challenged them to go deeper into their faith and their personal relationship with Jesus while diving into the pages of sacred scripture. Although called individually, it is only over the past two years that they have preached as a husband and wife team which has bought them great joy and a shared love for the Lord. Now residing in Kemptville Ontario they have enjoyed working alongside Fr. Stephane for several years who has been a mentor and an inspiration as they continue to stay actively involved in SASE.

Father Stéphane Pouliot is the secretary on the National Council of the St. Andrew School of Evangelization in Canada. He is a diocesan priest incardinated in the Archdiocese of Kingston since his ordination on May 24th 2003 in St. Mary's Cathedral in Kingston, located in the province of Ontario, north of New York State, near the 1000 Islands Bridge.

Father Stéphane has been involved in the St. Andrew School of Evangelization since 2009 and has sat on the National Council of the St. Andrew School of Evangelization in Canada since at least 2011 as the representative and contact for all English-speaking schools in Canada.

He has personally collaborated in the translation of all manuals of the first level of the formation program of SASE, as well as Andrew, Joseph Barnabas. He has worked in collaboration with lay people in the USA, Mexico and Canada in translating foundational documents and banners for numerous courses of SASE.

Since he began attending and translating in English from French for the trilingual National SASE formation in Canada, beginning in January 2010, he has attended the International Seminar in September 2014 where he was the translator for the Canadian English-speaking delegation from French to English.

Father Stéphane is the parish priest of a cluster of three parishes in the countryside in addition to his weekly responsibilities at the Cathedral of Kingston. Please pray for him and the balance of his life between contemplation and action as a missionary disciple.

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