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A Journey Toward Salvation — What Does Our Baptismal Call Mean?

By | Fall | Posted on September 6, 2012

A Journey Toward Salvation -- What Does Our Baptismal Call Mean? A Deacon baptizes an infant at Sts. Philip and James Church in St. James, New York. (CNS photo/Gregory A. Shemitz)

This program features speakers, discussion, and a prayer service that will help young adults strengthen and renew their baptismal commitment and learn about their connection to the Body of Christ.

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About the Author

Anna Marie Wright

Anna Marie Wright has served in youth and young adult ministry for more than 20 years at the parish, diocesan, and national levels. She has held positions on both executive and leadership boards for the National Catholic Young Adult Ministry Association (NCYAMA). She worked several summers for the Center for Ministry Development as a prayer and music coordinator for their program "Young Neighbors in Action." She was a member of the core planning team for the inaugural National Catholic Collegiate Conference sponsored by NFCYM, NCYAMA, and NCSC. She currently serves as the project manager for the 2015 NCCC, and serves as a leadership consultant, artist developer, and mentor for professionals throughout the nation. In addition, Anna-Marie is an adjunct professor for the BAS program at College of Central Florida. She holds a bachelor's degree in sacred music and a master's degree in organizational management and leadership. While very passionate about music, youth, and young adult ministry, Anna-Marie also enjoys traveling with her husband and visiting family, friends, theme parks, and tourist attractions around the world.

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