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The Four Levels of Happiness

The Catechism of the Catholic Church says “We all want to live happily; This desire is of divine origin: God has placed it in the human heart in order to draw man to the One who alone can fulfill it.” But in a world where we are bombarded with competing visions of what will bring us true happiness, wouldn’t it be nice to cut through it all and get to the bottom of what will REALLY makes us happy? That’s why Bishop Boyea is inviting you to join hundreds of others at St. John the Evangelist, Jackson, MI on Saturday, Sept. 17th for a life changing presentation on the Four Levels of Happiness. This day-long seminar will help you discover the true happiness you were made for so you can live your life to its greatest potential. Space is limited so register soon at www.fourlevels.org



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