December 2, 2017

Mass & Concert

TICKETS REQUIRED

with Fr. Paul Shovelain and Connor Flanagan in Concert

 

January 6, 2018

Mass & Evening Program

with Fr. Emmanuel Mansford, C.F.R.

 

February 3, 2018

Mass & Evening Program

with Archbishop Bernard Hebda and Fr. David Blume

 

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.)

Download the 2017-18 Brochure

Interested in joining the amazing team of youth and adults that serve at Lifeline events? Mark your calendar:
Sept 25th, 2017 (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).

Adult Ministry Team VolunteersTeen Ministry TeamLifeline DVDs

December 2: Connor Flanagan in Concert (Tickets Required)

Saturday, December 2, 2017

Connor Flanagan in Concert

Mass with Fr. Paul Shovelain

Join one thousand Catholic young people for Mass with Fr. Paul Shovelain from St. John the Baptist Catholic Church in New Brighton, MN. Ordained in 2014, Fr. Paul grew up attending Lifeline as a teen, a seminarian and now a Catholic priest. His joy and zeal are matched by his genuine heart for awakening faith in young people.

Following Mass, an amazing night lies ahead. In concert is Connor Flanagan. Connor is a dynamic, hip-hop Catholic recording artist known for his authentic stage presence and unique musical presentation! His very first full-length album “Close To You” landed in the top
ten iTunes Charts.

Since its release Connor has been performing extensively throughout the U.S. and is featured at many Catholic youth events including the Steubenville Youth Conferences. Committed to writing music that resonates with the human experience, Connor’s story telling abilities paired with his unique hip-hop vibe are what sets him apart and allows him to connect with young people:
Check him out: www.connorflanaganmusic.com.

Tickets are required. Tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis on August 9th. 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 in St. Francis Hall and no ticket is necessary. Tickets are required for entry into the gym.

Ticket Price – Advance (Aug 9 – Nov 2): $7 per person

Ticket Price – Regular (Nov 3 – 30): $10 per person

Walk-In Ticket Price (Dec 1 and at the door): $15 per person (if tickets are available)

Online ticketing available until Nov. 30th (Thurs at Midnight). Tickets available on first-come, first-served basis. Tickets purchased after Nov. 21st (Tues) will be held at Will Call. (Sorry, no group rates or refunds. All sales are final.)

 

We are sorry, but all tickets have been sold. However, the overflow room offers FREE, no-ticket seating until full. You may watch the event on the screens in that room.

January 6: Obey Your Thirst

Saturday, January 6, 2018

Obey Your Thirst

Mass and Evening Program with Fr. Emanuel Mansford, C.F.R.

We often think of prayer as primarily asking God for something. We know we are supposed to pray every day and to make prayer an important part of our life. But if we’re honest with ourselves, do we really know what prayer is? Do we know how to pray? Are we convinced that we need to pray?

The truth is that our hearts deeply thirst for God. Our hearts deeply desire real intimacy with a real God. And only through a personal
relationship with God found in prayer can our thirsty hearts be satisfied.

Fr. Emmanuel Mansford, C.F.R., will speak with humor and passion about the mystery of coming to know God in prayer. A native of England, he currently lives in Harlem, NY, serving the poor and needy. He speaks to Catholic youth and young adults throughout the country at major Catholic conferences and parish missions.

The night features great praise and worship led by the Catholic band Sonar, over 150 members of the 2017-18 NET Teams, and culminates with Eucharistic Adoration.

Attention High School Seniors and Single Young Adults Ages 18-26: Is God calling you to serve with NET? Catch a NET team member at this Lifeline for info!

 

 

February 3: Follow Me (No, Jesus isn't talking about Instagram)

Saturday, February 3, 2018

Follow Me (No, Jesus isn’t talking about Instagram)

Mass and Evening Program with Archbishop Bernard Hebda and Fr. David Blume

It’s the most important invitation you’ll ever receive in your life. It’s the invitation of Jesus who says to you, “Follow Me.” It’s the very same invitation Jesus extended to his first disciples. They were leading very ordinary lives. All of that changed when they encountered Jesus and responded to His invitation to “Follow Me.” And the world has never been the same.

Without fail, through the centuries of the Church, countless thousands upon thousands of courageous Catholic young men and women have responded to that same invitation. For some, it is a call to live a holy, faithful life in marriage or the sacred consecrated single life. But for others, Jesus extends a special call, a call to those willing to boldly serve the Church as a priest or religious brother or sister.

Have you considered this call? Would you like to discover more about it? Then, tonight is your night.

We’re blessed to have Archbishop Bernard Hebda with us. And from the Archdiocesan Vocations Office, Fr. David Blume will team up with great priests, dynamic religious orders of sisters and brothers and seminarians from Saint John Vianney and Saint Paul Seminary to share their stories on responding to Jesus’ call to follow.

 

March 3: Catholic Marriage vs. the Secular Culture

Saturday, March 3, 2018

Catholic Marriage vs. the Secular Culture

Mass with Fr. Michael Becker
Evening Program with Nathan and Caroline Metzinger

In case you haven’t noticed, the world’s view of relationship between man and woman is a little different than the vision of Catholic marriage.

  • Give vs. Get: Why we aren’t going to win if we don’t know what game we are playing
  • More is More vs. Less is More: Why God’s math is better than ours
  • Marriage Prep. vs. Wedding Prep: Why we don’t plan to fail, we just fail to plan

On April 29th, 2000, an Australian Catholic musician married an American Catholic Air-Force brat.…game on. Join Nathan and Caroline Metzinger eighteen years and six kids later as they reflect on the Church’s vision for marriage through lessons learned as they strive to live a Catholic marriage in the midst of an increasingly secular culture.

Our evening includes time with our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament.

April 7: Am I Saved?

Saturday, April 7, 2018

Am I Saved?

Mass and Evening Program with Bishop Andrew Cozzens

Most of us have probably heard or have been challenged by some variation of these questions before:

  • If you were to die right now, where would you spend eternity?
  • Do you know with certainty that you will go to Heaven?
  • Have you found salvation in Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior?

For sure the topic of salvation is very important. And since it deals with eternity – your eternity – it’s most important.

But what does it mean to be saved? Saved from what? Can anyone really know if they are saved? What is the Catholic understanding of salvation?

Bishop Andrew Cozzens, NET alumnus and of the Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis, is our very special guest. He has spoken
to countless youth with the message that transforms lives. His words and wisdom can transform yours – if you’re ready. Our evening includes Eucharistic Adoration.

May 5: Made For Worship

Saturday, May 5, 2018

Made for Worship

Mass and Evening Program with Fr. Jim Livingston

Following His death and resurrection, Jesus appeared to His disciples many times before He ascended to Heaven. The response of the disciples upon seeing Jesus fully alive following His cruel death is found in Matthew 28: “When they saw Him, they worshipped Him.”

When you encounter the Living Lord in His glory, power, and merciful love you’ll discover that you are made for worship. You’ll discover your true purpose and mission. (Mt. 28:19).

Are you ready?

With us for this special Lifeline is Fr. Jim Livingston, pastor of the Church of Saint Paul in Ham Lake, MN. Fr. Jim has ministered and prayed with thousands of Catholic young people through retreat, conferences and Healing Masses.

Sonar will provide amazing praise and worship with Adoration before Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament.

Prepare your heart for a powerful night!

 

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