St. Catherine of Siena Parish, located at 321 Witmer Road in Horsham, will host “Seeking the Truth,” a talk by former Presbyterian pastor Keith McClain on his journey from Protestantism to the Catholic faith.
Now on staff at the parish, McClain will reflect on how a reappraisal of church history, an appreciation of Catholic social teaching and an awareness of the real presence of Christ in the Eucharist ultimately challenged him to walk away from his work as a pastor and draw closer to Jesus by entering the Catholic Church.
Sponsored by the parish’s ID 9:16 Young Adult Group, the talk will take place on Sept. 4 following Mass in the chapel at 7 p.m. After the talk, refreshments, group discussion and a Q&A session will be offered.
For information, contact Kimmy Murnane at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://www.stcatherineschurch.org/id916-young-adult-group.html.
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