Bagley Ministry is dedicated to the continuing formation of deacons and our liturgical and ecclesial ministers. Parish catechetical programs are also available.
Programs can be presented at workshops, seminars, days of reflection, missions, convocations or retreats.
Let us come to your diocese or parish and present an informative, educational, motivating program that will inspire ministers and parishioners alike!
CONTINUING FORMATION FOR MINISTERS
Parish ministers serve the parishioners and strive to provide exceptional liturgies, outstanding catechetical experiences, fulfilling service opportunities, ministry to the sick and dying; all with the intent to bring the faithful closer to God.
We often need to step away and refresh and rejuvenate our souls in order to recharge our spiritual batteries. A Bagley Ministry continuing formation experience is a meaningful place to consider to provide continuing formation opportunities to your parish staffs and our catechetical leaders.
Parish missions and retreats are excellent opportunities to provide catechesis in an enjoyable and easy to understand presentation. Deacon Bagley is an outstanding public speaker and educator who has an engaging and easy to follow delivery. Never talking down, or at, an audience he is engaging and facilitates appropriate discussion utilizing effective methods of adult education.
"Deacon Kevin Bagley combines years of parish pastoral leadership experience with a profound love and knowledge of the liturgy. His workshops will serve as a catalyst for the same knowledge and love of liturgy in those who take part in them."
Rev. Michael Witczak - Associate Professor of Liturgy and Sacraments - The Catholic University of America
"We owe it to our deacons, and to the people of God, to provide the best training we can for those who serve on the altar. Deacon Kevin Bagley has developed a fine program to assist deacons in their liturgical training. In addition to the rubrics, his program helps deacons to understand the spirit behind them and to aid them in becoming prayerful men of the Eucharist; I hope many are able to attend."