Adult Faith Formation Winter 2017

Catholicism: The Pivotal Players

Please join us for “Catholicism: The Pivotal Players." This video series from Bishop Robert Barron features saints, artists, mystics and scholars who not only shaped the life of the Church, but changed the course of civilization.

These beautiful videos and lively discussions will bring some of Catholicism’s pivotal players to life, including St. Francis of Assisi, St. Thomas Aquinas, St. Catherine of Siena, Bl. John Henry Newman, G. K. Chesterton, and Michelangelo. Bishop Barron unlocks the truths behind some of the Church’s most influential members throughout history. This is a great way to bless your Lenten journey this year!

Sessions will be held on Friday mornings at Saint Jerome Parish, and on Tuesday evenings at Immaculate Conception Parish. We will begin with St. Francis of Assisi, and will study each individual for two weeks. A comprehensive study guide will be available to order. We hope you will join us!

Sessions are held Fridays at 9:45am at Saint Jerome and Tuesdays at 7pm at Immaculate Conception.

St. Francis of Assisi

  • Week 1: February 3, Saint Jerome/February 7, Immaculate Conception
  • Week 2: February 10, Saint Jerome/February 14, Immaculate Conception

St. Thomas Aquinas

  • Week 1: February 17, Saint Jerome/February 21, Immaculate Conception
  • Week 2: February 24, Saint Jerome/February 28, Immaculate Conception

St. Catherine of Siena

  • Week 1: March 3, Saint Jerome/March 7, Immaculate Conception
  • Week 2: March 10, Saint Jerome/March 21, Immaculate Conception

Bl. John Henry Newman

  • Week 1: March 24, Saint Jerome/March 28, Immaculate Conception
  • Week 2: March 31, Saint Jerome/April 4, Immaculate Conception

G.K. Chesterton

  • Week 1: April 7, Saint Jerome/April 11, Immaculate Conception
  • Week 2: April 21, Saint Jerome/April 18, Immaculate Conception
    • No session Friday, April 14 -- Good Friday

Michelangelo

  • Week 1: April 28, Saint Jerome/April 25, Immaculate Conception
  • Week 2: May 5, Saint Jerome/May 2, Immaculate Conception

 

 

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