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Whether you grew up as a "Craddle Catholic' or not we all learned about who Jesus is at some level, but few have actually taken that 'head knowledge' and made it 'heart knowledge'. When Jesus is not just someone we know in our minds, but someone we know in our hearts our lives are transformed. We see differently, we hear differently, we speak differently, we pray, worship and love differently.
Join us as we talk about how to make our faith lived more in action. Whether you are a 'daily mass goer' or someone who only goes every now and then, we all could do things to make our faith more alive in the world. We are all brothers and sisters in Christ no matter where we've been or where we are now. But we all play a part in moving closer to the One, True, and Beautiful.
The Young Adult Speaker Series starts off 2013 featuring two young adults leading ministries at their local parish. Malcolm and Rhea are both young adults in their early 20s who have made serving in their parish a big part of their lives. They will lead the discussion this month on how to move what we know about Jesus 'From Mind to Heart'.
Malcolm Zara is currently the coordinator of the praise and
worship team at Resurrection of the Lord Parish in Waipio
Gentry. He attended St. Michael Elementary School in
Waialua and high school in the Philippines. He is in his
last year at Argosy University studying psychology. He works
at Waipahu High School as a skills trainer. He served the
last year as the coordinator for Resurrection of the Lord's
college young adult ministry known as "Genesis".
Rhea Quemado is currently the youth minister at Resurrection
of the Lord Parish. She attended Rosary Pre-school, St.
Joseph Elementary School, Pearl City High School, and
completed her undergraduate studies at Hawaii Pacific
University with a bachelor degree in international business.
She works as an Education Assistant at Waipahu High School
and a home/hospital tutor for the Leeward School District.