Pope Francis reminded the thousands gathered for World Youth Day 2016 that: “we are God’s beloved children, always… No one is insignificant. He loves all of us with a special love; for him all of us are important: you are important!”
What does it mean to be God’s children and to be loved by him? How can knowing God the Father bring meaning and joy to our lives? How are we to act and live as children of God?
In this video collection of our 2017 Winter Conference, the St. Josemaria Institute welcomes Fr. Jerome Kish who explains how knowing God the Father brings meaning and joy to our lives, and also how we are to act and live as children of God in the world.
- Presentation: Fr. Jerome Kish, our featured speaker, explains what it means to be God’s beloved children and how it transforms our lives.
- Q & A Session: Fr. Jerome Kish answers questions from conference participants.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Fr. Jerome Kish is an Illinois native who grew up in Will County in the rural area between the two towns of Beecher and Peotone. He studied Electrical Engineering at the University of Illinois, both at the Urbana-Champaign and Chicago campuses. He completed his theology studies at Mundelein Seminary and was ordained a priest of the Diocese of Joliet on June 6, 1998. He has served as a priest in DuPage County and is currently pastor at St. Matthew’s Church in Glendale Heights.