We have to Turn to Prayer | John Koch and Damian Emmer


Date of Talk:  May 19th, 2011
Location:   St. Paul of the Cross - Park Ridge IL
Presenter(s):   Damian Emmer, John Koch
Work Listing(s):   Martial Arts Instructor, Martial Arts Student, Master
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John Koch, a martial arts instructor, will share a spiritual story of a young boy asking for guidance about his mom. Hear a true mentor’s perspective on building the family through values. Devoted to Christ, Master John leads by personal example.


The Gates of Heaven Opened Up, Adrienne Timm


Date of Talk:  May 19th, 2011
Location:   St. Paul of the Cross - Park Ridge IL
Presenter(s):   Adrienne Timm
Website:  www.spc-church.org
Affiliated Group(s):   Social Services Ministry
Work Listing(s):   Director of Social Service Ministry, Park Ridge Human Needs Task Force
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Adrienne Timm, Director of Social Service Ministry for St. Paul of the Cross, will tell us how she went from devoted VP of Production for a direct marketing company, to social service ministry. Her husband’s talk to her while pregnant was the beginning of a life change. Now her roots run deep in our parish faith life, via her love of her child and God’s call.


God’s Flowers, Julie Koenig


Date of Talk:  February 16th, 2011
Location:   St. Paul of the Cross - Park Ridge IL
Presenter(s):   Julie Koenig
Website:  www.zhibit.org/jakoenigwatercolors
Work Listing(s):   Cancer Survivor, Fine Artist, National Ovarian Cancer Coalition-Coordinator
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Julie Koenig, artist, went from Medical Illustrator and Graphic Designer to watercolor artist by way of ovarian cancer. Hear her faith story answering “why me?” Hear her trust in God overflowing from her art to those who are inspired by her art. Hear Christ’s passion found in her real life story, and hear Christ’s peace in the life of this 19 year cancer survivor.


A Rose For Gospa, Susaan Culjak


Date of Talk:  January 19th, 2011
Location:   St. Paul of the Cross - Park Ridge IL
Presenter(s):   Susaan Culjak
Work Listing(s):   Accountant, Psychologist, Teacher, Theologian
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Susaan Culjak, studying for a Masters in Theology, has an accounting degree and works as an accountant. Hear Gospa, Croatian for Blessed Mother, at work in her life as a10 year old child visiting Medjugorje. Hear her real life story about listening to Gods plan for you. Hear her deep love of her family.


Yes I Can, Joan Macpherson


Date of Talk:  January 19th, 2011
Location:   St. Paul of the Cross - Park Ridge IL
Presenter(s):   Joan Macpherson
Website:  www.spc-church.org
Work Listing(s):   Parish Business Manager
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Joan Macpherson, our new Business Manager, joined St. Paul of the Cross staff in the spirit of Christ. With a background in business and church, hear what Joan liked and disliked. Hear her idea of a concrete example of extreme value with sensitivity. Hear her thoughts on a spirit of collaboration and why we should assume the best in each other.


From Compassion To Profession, Dr. Michael Meyer


Date of Talk:  December 15th, 2010
Location:   St. Paul of the Cross - Park Ridge IL
Presenter(s):   Michael Meyer
Work Listing(s):   Family Practice, Medical Doctor
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Dr. Michael Meyer, a family medicine doctor, will share his charism of strength under fire. Hear his own faith story. Hear how he helps couples facing life and death issues by understanding their faith. Not only does he help with the one diagnosed but also with the spouse who often is the one who is most concerned.


Becoming A Priest, Fr. John Chrzan


Date of Talk:  December 15th, 2010
Location:   St. Paul of the Cross - Park Ridge IL
Presenter(s):   Fr. John Chrzan
Website:  www.spc-church.org
Work Listing(s):   Associate Pastor, Banker, Priest
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Fr. John Chrzan, Associate Pastor at St. Paul of the Cross, will tell us how it was that he became a priest. Hear his story from commercial lending officer to parish priest working out his own salvation while ministering to others. Hear how the words of others can help us discern our own faith path. Hear what he most enjoys about the priesthood.


Faith Outreach, Dr. Dan Hogan


Date of Talk:  November 17th, 2010
Location:   St. Paul of the Cross - Park Ridge IL
Presenter(s):   Dan Hogan
Website:  www.danhogandmd.com
Work Listing(s):   Dentist
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Dr. Dan Hogan began his dental practice with outreach principles he has carried throughout the years. Hear challenges to some practices that Dan overcomes thru his Catholic faith. Gain a deeper understanding of dental health in relation to total body health.


St. Angela’s Providential Growth, Mary Kay O’Rourke


Date of Talk:  November 17th, 2010
Location:   St. Paul of the Cross - Park Ridge IL
Presenter(s):   Mary Kay O’Rourke
Work Listing(s):   Educator, Grade School, Principal
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Mary Kay O’Rourke, deceased, was Principal of an inner-city grade school, St. Angela, with record enrollment growth. Hear her own and other’s stories about families that sacrifice for their education. Hear life changing family dynamics in a setting of discipline, yet inspired by God’s unconditional love for us and by extension to those we serve. While living she sought providential growth for St. Angela’s.


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We invite you to the Seminar Series – “Where Profession Meets Faith.” Our hope is to make a difference in overcoming unethical or deceptive practices by providing answers one by one through real life examples. The answers are found in examples of loving authentically in one’s work life, and having charity in the truth of one’s life. Every person has a gift or talent innately planted in their heart and mind. A charism begins with grace bestowed upon us in cooperation with our gift or talent. Unlike a gift or talent used solely to benefit one’s self, a charism is always outwardly directed for the good of the community. Our task is to increase awareness of the charism and its preciousness, so it does not go unnoticed, unmarked, without its proper honor.

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