Girls in the LIturgy, Part 3

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Girls in the LIturgy, part 3


Girls’ Participation in the Liturgy, Part 3: The third panel in this series co-sponsored by Axia Women and the St. Phoebe Center on January 28th, 2024, at 7pm Eastern.

Everyone is welcome!

We will hear from four diverse panelists who will focus on integrating girls into our liturgical celebration, addressing this issue from various perspectives—from those who plan and coordinate this ministry, to the perspectives of parents, and to the perspective of clergy on how this ministry has been received in their parishes and its value for the parish.  

We’ll hear from: 

• Anna Kallis, MDiv - the founder of the Myrrh-bearer ministry at St. Peter and Paul

• Kristina Baktis, MPS, LCAT, LPAT - co-founder of a ministry for young girls at her parish 

• Andy Nosal, PhD - a parent whose daughter participates in this kind of ministry

• Fr. Peter Baktis, DMin. - a parish priest

The panel will be moderated by Dr. Teva Regule, a liturgical scholar, and an expert on lay participation in the liturgy. The event will include short presentations explaining the panelist’s respective ministries, responses from other panelists, and a Q+A time for those attending the meeting.

You can register for the event here.   

Missed Parts 1 and 2? Over the past few years, the St. Phoebe Center in partnership with Axia Women has sponsored two webinars/zoom meetings focusing on the participation of women and girls in the liturgical assembly.

You can watch the videos on the St. Phoebe Center YouTube channel:

1) Integrating Girls (and boys) into the Liturgy: How and Why (sponsored by Axia)  

2) Liturgical Service by Girls and Women

Please note that when you register for this event, you will be added to St. Phoebe Center’s newsletter mailing list. They do not sell or share their lists. You will not be bombarded with unnecessary emails. You may unsubscribe at any time.

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We hope to see you on January 28th!