Online Conference: How To Let Holy Week Transform Your Life

by Lent

Are you looking for a way to end Lent on a great note and welcome the Easter season with Joy? The Lanky Guys will take us on a journey through Holy Week, unpacking the Scriptures and walking with us along the steps of the Apostles to see what they saw. Even for those of us who have a hard time opening the bible because we are overwhelmed, this format is a great way to understand scripture in a way that invites us to dive deeper into the Word of God.

With great insight into context and historical application of the scriptures, the Lanky Guys will explain the profound journey of this very important and holy week leading up to the triumph of Easter. Looking at What went right and what went wrong (…or was it what went wrong then what went right?!)… knowing these details will help you personally and on a practical level, by explaining the connections and implications in scripture that are timeless and universal!

Who are the Lanky Guys?

The Lanky Guys have an awesome podcast called The Word on The Hill. The podcast goes over the weekly Sunday scriptures and gives context and profound insight into the meaning and connections of the readings. This podcast is not only smart and spiritually uplifting, it is funny! These guys make me laugh out loud every episode! Watching the video for the conference will make you wish that the audio podcast was video!

Dr. Scott Powell is a teacher and Director of the Aquinas Institute for Catholic Thought, an outreach to the University of Colorado in Boulder. He is also an adjunct professor at Denver’s Augustine Institute and has spent the last decade teaching Theology and the Scriptures to groups of all ages. He and his wife Annie are the directors and founders of Camp Wojtyla, a Catholic adventure program for youth, based in the Colorado Rockies. Scott also co-hosts and produces the popular Catholic podcast, “The Word on the Hill with the Lanky Guys.” He holds a PhD in Catholic Studies from Maryvale Institute/Liverpool Hope University in England. Scott, his wife Annie, and two children, Lily Avila and Samuel Isaac, live near Boulder, Colorado.

Father Peter Mussett is pastor of the St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Center, which serves the University of Colorado at Boulder. Fr Peter was ordained in 2006 in the Diocese of Denver, Colorado. “My great joy is people in communion with God and with each other. This communion is my sole occupation in life. I am deeply privileged to do that here in Boulder Colorado at CU. My commitment along with my staff here is to facilitate loving God above all things, and our neighbors as we would love our selves. This journey is arduous, I pray that The St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Center can be a harbor in that storm and a second home to you.”

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