October 1, 2016

The Four Levels of Happiness with Fr. Erik Lundgren and Fr. Robert Spitzer

 

Come discover “The Four Levels of Happiness” that will provide a ‘map’ of how you can live a life marked full of joy and meaning!

November 5, 2016

Living Out the Theology of Your Body with Fr. Michael Schmitz

 

The unfortunate reality is that far too many Catholic young people don’t understand, but yet at the same time, searching for answers to life’s deepest questions. There is a yearning to know the meaning of life. Perhaps you know someone like this or possibly this could be you.

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December 3, 2016

Steve Angrisano in Concert

 

A veteran Catholic musician and composer, Steve Angrisano is one of the most dynamic and effective Catholic musicians and communicators with Catholic young people in the Church today!

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January 7, 2017

Living Life Radically With Fr. Emmanuel Mansford

 

In our time, God is seeking a generation to worship Him in spirit and in truth- to live radical lives for Him. But what does it mean to worship God “in spirit and in truth?” And how can worshiping God impact my daily life- enabling me to live radically for Him as a young person?

February 4, 2017

Here I am, Send Me with Fr. David Blume

 

Have any of the following questions ever entered your mind…Does God possibly have a special call for me? Would God possibly want me to become a priest or religious sister or brother? How would I know? Is there anyone I could speak with about this? Do I have what it takes? Would I be happy?

March 4, 2017

From Pro-Choice to Pro-Life with Fr. Kevin Finnegan and Kalley Yanta

 

A former “closet pro-choicer,” Kalley Yanta will discuss how God opened her eyes to the reality of the sanctity of human life. She will take us down the road to her awakening, and how God prompted a deep desire to “do something” to change hearts, helping lead abortion-minded women to make the choice for life.

April 1, 2017

More Than A Feeling: Forming Your Catholic Consciencewith Bishop Andrew Cozzens

 

As Catholics we need to ask, “What does Jesus have to say about our conscience?” “How does Jesus want us to form our conscience and discern right or wrong?” How does a person form a Catholic conscience? What difference does it make?

May 6, 2017

Be Filled With The Holy Spirit with Fr. Jim Livingston

 

Have you had the experience of waiting for a gift that you know is coming soon? You’re not quite sure what it’s going to be but you’re excited.You can’t wait. It’s something you’re really looking forward to. And you’re very eager to open that gift!

Do you want to see the young Catholic Church ALIVE? Join NET Ministries and over 1,000 young people on the first Saturday of every month for Lifeline Mass. With contemporary music, energetic crowds, and powerful presentations, Lifeline is focused on giving 8-12th graders in the Minnesota area the chance to experience the beauty of Mass with their peers.

Lifeline Programs take place at the NET Center at 110 Crusader Avenue West, West St. Paul, MN 55118. Doors open at 5:15pm and the event begins at 6:00pm. Most Lifeline events do not require tickets; however, select events do require tickets. Be sure to check below for the date(s) you plan on attending.

Lifeline is televised locally in Minnesota. Find your local listings here. (Channel 16 for most suburbs.)

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Interested in joining the amazing team of youth and adults that serve at Lifeline events? Mark your calendar:
Sept 19, 2016 (Monday) from 7pm-8:45pm is the “Mass & Orientation Night” for all Lifeline Adult and Teen Ministry Teams in St. Anthony Hall with Fr. Jim Livingston. This is for teens interested in joining the TMT Team (Teen Ministry Team) and for adults interested in joining the AMT Team (Adult Ministry Team).

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October 1, 2016: The Four Levels of Happiness with Fr. Erik Lundgren and Fr. Robert Spitzer

Join nearly a thousand teens from the Archdiocese and beyond for Season 21 of Lifeline!1617Spitzer

Sonar, the incredible Catholic band from the Twin Cities, will provide outstanding praise and worship. Fr. Erik Lundgren, back by popular demand, will celebrate Mass.

And later in the evening, a very special guest – new to Lifeline – and all the way from California…Fr. Robert Spitzer, S.J.! He’s made multiple appearances, including Larry King Live (debating Stephen Hawking, a prominent atheist), The Today Show (debating on the topic of physician-assisted suicide), The History Channel (“God and the Universe”), and numerous appearances on EWTN.

He will speak on a pursuit that is on the heart of every single human being alive. That pursuit is happiness.

Our understanding of this one word controls not only whether and how we will be happy, but what we will pursue for our life’s meaning – from the friends we make to the spouses we marry to the careers we choose and to the principles and ideals to which we aspire.

Come discover “The Four Levels of Happiness” that will provide a map of how you can live a life marked full of joy and meaning! Our night will include time with our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament.

Our night will include time with our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament.

There are no tickets required for this event.

November 5, 2016: Living Out the Theology of Your Body

1617SchmitzFar too many young people are searching for answers to life’s deepest questions. There is a yearning to know the meaning of life. Perhaps you know someone like this (or possibly, this could be you).

The truth is that the point of life is to be a gift. The point of life is love. The only way that human beings know love is in and through the body that God has given to you.

But what does it mean to love? How can a person learn how to love in the midst of this confused world?

With us is Fr. Mike Schmitz from the Diocese of Duluth where he serves as the Diocesan Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministry. In addition to his extensive speaking and retreat work, Fr. Mike has teamed up with Ascension Press to produce the highly popular Ascension Presents online video series and “Chosen For The Journey” Confirmation program.

Rediscover the reason why you are alive: to love…to be a gift.

NOTE: Tickets are required. You must have a ticket for this event – even if you plan to attend the Mass only.

Tickets go on Sale August 10th 
This Lifeline is a “package event” which includes the entire event of Mass and evening program. A ticket is required to enter. For those not wishing to attend the entire package event (both Mass & Event), a ticket is still required for entry.

Ticket Price – Gym: $7 per person
Ticket Price – St. Francis Hall: $5 per person*

*St. Francis Hall will have closed-circuit TV screens only.
Walk-In Ticket Price At the Door: As above IF tickets are still available

Online ticketing available until Nov. 3rd (Thurs. @ Midnight). Tickets available on first-come, first-served basis. Tickets purchased after Oct. 25th (Tues) will be held at Will Call. Sorry, no group rates or refunds. All sales are final.

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December 3, 2016: Steve Angrisano In Concert (tickets are required)

1617AngrisanoWhat a night this will be! Join us for Mass with Fr. Paul Shovelain, Associate Pastor of St. John the Baptist in New Brighton, and following Mass is Steve Angrisano in concert!

A veteran Catholic musician and composer, Steve Angrisano is one of the most dynamic and effective Catholic musicians and communicators with Catholic young people in the Church today.

He has been featured at 6 World Youth Days, many NCYCs (National Catholic Youth Conferences), and March For Life Rallies.  He has shared his music and message with thousands of people in more than 200 dioceses. His unique blend of laughter, song, story and often hilarious audience interaction have made him a popular choice for many parishes.

ADVANCE Ticket Price: Until Nov. 3rd (Thurs. Midnight): $10/person
REGULAR Ticket Price: Nov. 6th – Dec. 1st: $13/person
WALK-IN Ticket Price: Dec 2nd and At the Door: $15/person (if tickets are available)

Online ticketing available until Dec. 1st (Thurs. @ Midnight). Tickets available on first-come, first-served basis. Tickets purchased after Nov. 22nd (Tues) will be held at Will Call. Sorry, no group rates or refunds. All sales are final.

For those joining us for Mass only, please note: We welcome you and thank you for joining us for the celebration of Mass. Mass will be telecast live on-screen via closed circuit television and no ticket is necessary. (Tickets are required for entry into the gym for Mass AND Concert.

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January 7, 2017: Living Life Radically with Fr. Emmanuel Mansford

1617MansfordLiving life radically – “Free to worship Him without fear.” (Lk 1:74)

“The hour is coming, and is now here when true worshipers will worship the Father in spirit and in truth…the Father seeks such people to worship Him.” (Jn 4:23)

In our time, God is seeking a generation to worship Him in spirit and in truth- to live radical lives for Him. But what does it mean to worship God “in spirit and in truth?” And how can worshiping God impact my daily life, enabling me to live radically for Him as a young person?

Fr. Emmanuel Mansford, CFR, is a Franciscan Friar of the Renewal with a passion to see young people live radical lives for Jesus. A native of England, he currently lives in Harlem, NYC, serving the poor and needy and preaching the Gospel across the US. He will speak about the freedom that the Holy Spirit desires to give us so that we can live radically for God.

The night features great praise and worship led by the Catholic band Sonar, over 100 members of the 2016-17 NET teams, and Eucharistic Adoration.

There are no tickets required for this event.

February 4, 2017: Here I Am, Send Me with Archbishop Bernard Hebda

1617HebdaHave any of the following questions ever entered your mind: Does God possibly have a special call for me? Would God possibly want me to become a priest or religious sister or brother? How would I know? Is there anyone I could speak with about this? Do I have what it takes? Would I be happy?

If these are familiar questions or if there’s been a tug in your heart to consider a call, you’re not alone. Come hear from great and holy priests, religious sisters and brothers, and young men who are discerning this call as seminarians.

With us will be Archbishop Bernard Hebda and Fr. David Blume from the Archdiocesan Vocations Office, and a great team of priests, religious sisters, and religious brothers. Seminarians from Saint John Vianney and Saint Paul Seminary will be with us also.

There are no tickets required.

March 4, 2017: From Pro-Choice to Pro-Life: How God Transformed One Woman's Heart

1617YantaMark your calendar to join us for a powerful night with Mass celebrated by Kevin Finnegan, Pastor of Our Lady of Grace, in Edina.

In our evening program, a former “closet pro-choicer,” Kalley Yanta will discuss how God opened her eyes to the reality of the sanctity of human life. She will take us down the road to her awakening, and how God prompted a deep desire to do something to change hearts, helping lead abortion-minded women to make the choice for life.

The wife and mother of six will explain what takes place in an abortion, and how it has lifelong, devastating effects on entire families. She will also offer ways for YOU to get involved, and will send you home with an important tool for evangelization!

Our evening include a time with our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament.

There are no tickets required for this event.

April 1, 2017: More Than A Feeling: Forming Your Catholic Conscience with Bishop Andrew Cozzens

1617CozzensIn life we face many situations that require judgments of conscience about what is right and what is wrong. Questions arise in our life and we are often advised to follow our conscience. Many people think of conscience as simply their values or opinions about what is right or wrong, something purely subjective.

As Catholics we need to ask, “What does Jesus have to say about our conscience?” “How does Jesus want us to form our conscience and discern right and wrong?” How does a person form a Catholic conscience? What difference does it make?

Tonight, our very special guest is Bishop Andrew Cozzens, from the Archdiocese of St. Paul & Minneapolis. With a zeal for the faith and a gift for teaching, he will share solid truth and deep insights that can equip you to stand strong when faced with the many real-life moral challenges you’re sure to encounter.

There are no tickets required for this event.

May 6, 2017: Be Filled With The Holy Spirit with Fr. Jim Livingston

Have you had the experience of waiting for a gift that you know is coming soon? You’re not quite sure what it’s going to be, but you’re excited. You can’t wait. And you’re very eager to open that gift!

That’s exactly how Mary, the Apostles, and the disciples of Jesus felt when He told them they were to go to Jerusalem and wait for promise of the Father…the gift of the Holy Spirit.

They waited, they prayed, and a few days later, on the day of Pentecost, the gift came.

As we read in the first Book of Acts, they were all filled with the Holy Spirit. It was powerful. Wind, tongues of flame, and other signs and wonders took place in them and around them.

They would never be the same. The Holy Spirit transformed them, empowered them, and sent them to be witnesses to the ends of the Earth (Acts 1:8).

Jesus wants the same thing for you. Jesus wants you to be filled with His Spirit. We are to ask the Holy Spirit to be fully released in our life so that we can be dynamic, holy witnesses of faith to the world around us. We need to be filled by the Holy Spirit!

But how?

With us this month is Fr. Jim Livingston. A priest of the Archdiocese of St. Paul & Minneapolis, Fr. Jim has ministered to thousands of young people through retreats, conferences, and healing Masses. Prepare your hearts for a grace-filled night of praise, worship and anointed preaching and prayer.

Join us for this powerful night!

There are no tickets required for this event.