Join us on May 25, 2021 at 1 p.m. ET, 12 p.m. CT and 10 a.m. PT.
PLEASE NOTE: This webinar is being held on the 4th Tuesday of the month. It is a departure from our typical schedule.

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Our Topic: “Liturgy as Light:  Into Many Flames Divided”
With the third translation of the Roman Missal, we find that the bees have returned to the Exsultet, the long-awaited proclamation of the resurrection that opens the Easter Vigil. After the discipline of Lent and the intensity of Holy Week, the Church rejoices to hear the good news. Learn about the meaning of the Exsultet, the virtues of the bee that it extols, and the candle that it praises. This webinar will brighten your appreciation of Easter, deepen your respect for bees, and inspire you to go forth and spread the Paschal Light of Jesus Christ to the world through the work of your hands.

Our Presenter: Martin Marklin, Marklin Candle
Martin Marklin is a candle maker, woodworker and beekeeper. His background in theology and liturgy began during his childhood while serving at the side of his pastor and namesake, Msgr. Martin B. Hellriegel, a pioneer of the liturgical movement during the Second Vatican Council.  Martin studied the Great Books at St. John’s College in Annapolis, Maryland, and continued studies at Notre Dame and Catholic Theological Union in Chicago. In 1985 Martin received the Thomas J. Watson Fellowship for a “Wanderjahr”—a year of independent study and travel through central and Eastern Europe.  Martin and his wife, Christine, are principals of Marklin Candle Design, responsible for designing and fabricating candles and liturgical appointments for over thirty years. They have four children and live in New Hampshire with dozens of farm animals, and millions of honey bees.

To Register:
Follow this link to register for the May 25th Webinar: Click here to register
The Go to Meeting Webinar ID: 856-519-867

 

 

 

 

 

 

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