VIDEO: Bishop Mark Hagemoen in conversation with four young adults about “Christus Vivit”
Addressing the themes, messages and challenges of Pope Francis’ post-Synod Apostolic Exhortation – Christus Vivit (Christ is Alive)
Bishop Mark Hagemoen of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Saskatoon recently sat down with four young adults to discus Christus Vivit – Pope Francis’ message to youth and to all the People of God, which came out of the assembly of bishops’ “Synod on Young People, Faith and Vocational Discernment” in October 2018.
Participants in the video conversation with Bishop Hagemoen are:
- Kaitlyn Deck of St. Peter Parish, Unity, SK, who recently started as an aspirant in an order of religious women in Ottawa;
- Jerome Montpetit of St. Bruno Parish, Bruno, SK, who this fall enrolled in the faith formation program at St. Therese Institute of Faith and Mission;
- Catherine Renneberg, Youth Ministry Coordinator at the Cathedral of the Holy Family, Saskatoon;
- Clark Jaman, Coordinator of Evangelization and Adult Faith Formation at St. Anne Parish, Saskatoon.
To assist in viewing and in using the video for discussion of “Christus Vivit,” Bishop Hagemoen’s conversation with four young adults is also available in nine short sections (click on title):