Contact Angela Calabro, Director of Catechesis and Evangelization
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“The true way and the sure way to friendship is through humility – being open to each other, accepting each other just as we are, knowing each other.” Mother Theresa
The new Pop Moms ministry is designed to encourage women to engage in faith filled friendships and to support each other in our vocations as mothers. We will meet on certain Friday mornings of the month in Croghan Hall from 9:30a-10:30a. Our meetings will begin with a Rosary and meditation on Catholic motherhood, then allow for free discussion and enjoyment of each other’s company. If you have any questions, please contact Annie Neds at email@example.com. No RSVP required!
Interested in the Catholic Faith?
We have a special class called Introduction to Roman Catholicism with Sean Chapman. This is a great way to learn more about our Catholic Faith.
Who should take this class?
Catholics who are returning to the practice of the faith after some time away
Non-Catholic Christians who are considering coming into Full Communion with the Church
Non-Christians who are interested in becoming disciples of Christ in the Catholic Church
All who are married or engaged to a Catholic and who want to learn more
This class is for you. It is for everybody. In addition, we will also have sessions for:
Candidates: already baptized Christians considering Full Communion with the Church
Catechumens: those preparing for Baptism
Enquirers: those who are not yet ready to take the plunge and who want to know more!
Classes are from September – Easter, on Tuesdays at 7p in Croghan Hall. Classes begin 11 September.
For more information, or to sign up please contact Sean Chapman at:
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On-going Christian Formation for Adults
Vatican II: The Challenge and The Promise
If you missed Father Smith’s 7-week course on the Second Vatican Council, you can listen to all the talks on our Homilies page.
Theology of the Body
What does it mean to be a human person created in the image and likeness of God? What does it mean to be created male and female? What is God’s plan for human love and relationships? Find out the answer to these questions and more by studying St. John Paul II’s Theology of the Body! We will use Men and Women are from Eden by Dr. Mary Healy and Man and Woman He Created Them: A Theology of the Body by St. John Paul II (optional) as our texts. Both texts are available on Amazon. Join us for 9 weeks on Thursdays at 7p in Parish House beginning 10 January. For more information contact Angela at firstname.lastname@example.org or 331.3903.
Join the Women’s Study group meeting Wednesdays at 7p in Guadalupe Hall, 3 October – 5 December. The topic of study is the virtue of Love using Courageous Love by Stacy Mitch as the study guide. Courageous Love takes seriously the fact that everyone is called to holiness, and offers sound, spiritual guidance to women of all ages and backgrounds. Bring your book and bible! Contact Angela Calabro with questions.
Mulieris Dignitatum (On the Dignity and Vocation of Women) – Join the Women’s Study Group meeting Wednesdays, 9 January – 27 February at 7p in Guadalupe Hall. This apostolic letter contains the theological and philosophical underpinnings of Pope Saint John Paul II’s understanding of woman and her vocation. We are invited to ponder along with the Holy Father, the anthropology of man woman, God’s intention for their relationship, woman’s vocation to motherhood, and the Church as Bride of Christ. John Paul II offers age old truth with a freshness of thought that explains how “feminine genius” is essential to building a civilization of life and love. To order a study guide ($35), follow this link to the Endow website: https://endowgroups.org/groups/prince-of-peace-womens-group For more information, contact Angela Calabro.