Adult education provides a variety of opportunities to grow in your faith, including options for those with busy schedules.
After reviewing the results of a survey parishioners completed a few months ago, the Christian Formation identified specific goals and strategies to ensure that a variety of opportunities are provided that meet the wide range of interests and needs of all members of our church family. Read them all here.
Adult Formation Opportunities
MORE Short Stories Every Catholic Should Read
Join us at 9:45 am on Sundays to go through short stories that have themes Catholics can relate to!
The Last Ugly Person by Roger B. Thomas
The Hint of an Explanation by Graham Greene
The Ones Who Walked Away from Omelas by Ursula Le Guin
The Story of the Bad Little Boy by Mark Twain
The Passing of the Third Floor Back by Jerome K. Jerome
Lions, Harts, Leaping Does by J. F. Powers / contact email@example.com for a PDF version of this story.
“The Way of Perfection” by St. Teresa of Avila, Doctor of the Church
Learn the prayer that leads to contemplation from St. Teresa of Avila.
Join us for a book study of The Way of Perfection. This well-known tome was written by St. Teresa of Avila to teach her young nuns to pray.
We will have a study session on the 3rd Sunday of every month at 12:30 PM. The book study will run through May.
You are welcome to attend any or all sessions.
Coming soon: The “Big Short Story Read”
This program will begin in January. Click HERE to learn more. Additional details will be provided in this space as they become available!
Please contact our Coordinator of Christian Formation to register for any of our programs, or with any questions/suggestions you might have.
Video: Being Catholic is Cool: U.S. Catechism for Adults (USCCB)
Catholic Answers – website explaining and defending the faith.
Catholics Come Home – great website to start for Catholics and non-Catholics.
Busted Halo Website – faith site geared toward young adults
SQPN – Star Quest Production Network – Catholic podcasts for many Catholic topics.
The Resource Site – Providing Catholic Resources to Religious Educators