Roman Catholic 
Diocese of Ogdensburg

Putting Forgiveness into Practice

We all know from the Scriptures that we are called to forgive others and ourselves as well.  We also know the challenge this call can be in our daily encounters.  This reflection day will consider the dynamics of forgiveness, some obstacles often experienced in becoming a forgiving person, and some aids from our Catholic tradition.  It incluces presentations, time for personal prayer and reflection with opportunities for sharing. 

The cost to attend is free.

Speaker: Sister Bethany Fitzgerald, SSJ

Via Zoom

June 19, 2021

9:45am - 12:00PM

This is an adult online event only.  Zoom details and course material will be sent to the email you provide below. Please log in 10-15 minutes before the scheduled start time.

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Your email will be used to send the zoom invitation and other course related material to participants.

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Audio/Video Recording of a Diocesan Virtual Meeting/Event

The audio/video recording of the "Putting Forgiveness into Practiceā€¯ event is strictly prohibited.

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The host reserves the right to excuse a participant that is disruptive or detrimental to the event.  Please take note of our digital gathering best practices.

Digital Gathering Best Practices 

  • Dress as you would for an in-person event.
  • Take note your background and ensure it is appropriate for the event. Most digital platforms offer the ability to replace your background if needed.  
  • Try to position light sources in front of you. Back lighting creates a silhouette effect and make it difficult to see you. Overhead lighting can create shadows. 
  • Limit movement and distractions while your camera/microphone are turned
  • Look at the camera and speak clearly.
  • Mute your microphone when you are not talking.
  • Use respectful language and demeanor
  • Turn off your camera if you need to perform a task that others may find distracting (changing rooms, standing up, talking to someone else in the room, etc.).