Winter Faith Formation 2021

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Why Forgive?

Join us as we explore the complex and emotional subject of forgiveness. Deacon Mark will begin by sharing his own personal forgiveness testimony. Participants will read and discuss four of the chapters in Why Forgive?, by Johann Christoph Arnold. The testimonies in this book, along with the teachings of the Catholic Church, can help you begin the New Year with healing that you never thought was possible.


Wed, Jan 13 – Feb 10
7:00 PM – 8:30 PM
Large Conference Room or Zoom

Fee: $20

Women’s GIFT – Women Saints We are continuing the fascinating and engaging study of women saints and holy women that we began last spring. Women from the Old Testament as well as contemporary saints will be included. We’ll be pondering the work of the Holy Spirit in building the Body of Christ through these women and discovering some of God’s most unlikely helpers. This spring we will study one saint each meeting. Participants are asked to choose from the list of holy women to prepare and present a

                                        summary of her life and work. Join us as we meet some amazing women!


MONDAYS - Jan 11 – May 3
7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Fee: $20




From Mourning to Joy Bereavement Ministry
Our bereavement group meets weekly to help people rebuild their lives after the loss of a spouse, child, parent, family member, or friend through group
support and applying Biblical principles to the healing process. We meet both LIVE in the Parish Center and on ZOOM to accommodate everyone. We
                                        have witnessed great healing, as people move from mourning to joy.

Tuesdays Ongoing
7:00 pm-9:00 pm
Inperson New York Room or Zoom

Suggested Donation: $20


Consecration to St. Joseph: The Wonders of Our Spiritual Father

In the midst of crisis, confusion, and a world at war with the Church, it's time to come home again to our spiritual father, St. Joseph. In this richly researched and lovingly presented program of consecration to St. Joseph, Fr. Donald Calloway, MIC, brings to life the wonders, the power, and the ceaseless love of St. Joseph, Patron of the Universal Church and the Terror of Demons.

Sundays, Jan 17 – Feb 21
9:30 AM – 10:30 AM
In person - NY Room and Zoom

Fee: $20


Scripture Study - Romans: The Gospel of Salvation 

Discover What It Means to “Be Saved!” Romans: The Gospel of Salvation will help you to make sense of the difficult passages regarding faith, works of the law, and justification. Above all, it will help you to enter into a more meaningful relationship with Christ.

Thurs, Jan 21 – Apr 8
9:30 AM -11:30 AM Large Conference Room
7:00 PM – 9:00 PM New York Room
Available Live and on Zoom

Fee: $42


Paul, Apostle of Christ - Movie Night

Roma, 67 AD. After the fire that burnt a great part of the city, Emperor Nero names Paul, Jesus' apostle, as guilty of the fire, arresting and imprisoning him. Despite the risks, physician and medicine man Luke gets access to the jail and meets Paul, who accepts Luke's request to tell his biography for a new book about Jesus' teachings. Join us for a revealing portrayal of the barbaric conditions the early Christians endured and the great faith that formed the foundation of our Catholic Church. Warning: contains graphic and disturbing scenes.

Friday, Feb 26
7:30 PM – 9:30 PM

Fee: Free Will Offering

Surviving Divorce – Jesus longs to mend your heart and lead you to a life filled with promise, peace, and joy. We offer support to begin the healing process. Journey of Hope is a program for separated and divorced Catholics. The practical topics addressed in each session are discussed within an intimate, confi dential environment and give participants the tools they need to begin a hopeful new life. The program uses the teaching of the Catholic faith, including the teaching on the nature of marriage, annulments, and re-marriage.

7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Suggested donation: $20, Scholarships available.

Sharing The Good News

If you are a Catholic who loves your faith and wants to know how to share it with those in your life (or even with those you have never met before), join us during Lent for this exciting new program. Sharing our faith can seem daunting or even out of place for Catholics today, but it is our duty and vocation to share the Good News of Jesus Christ. This training is designed for beginners. It includes informative videos, small group discussion, and role-playing exercises.

Wednesdays, Feb 24 – Apr 14
7:00 PM – 8:45 PM
Inperson: Dining Hall and on Zoom

Fee: $25

Men’s Ministry The primary duty of a man is to be a good spiritual role model to his family. This has never been more essential than in today’s society. Men’s Ministry meets each week to learn and discuss topics related to our Catholic faith, spirituality, and issues that impact our lives as men, professionals, husbands, and fathers.

7:00 am- 8:30 am




Prayer – Seeking the Face of God

One day we will stand before Jesus and speak face-to-face. We don’t have to wait for heaven for intimate communication with our God. A deep prayer life allows us to have a close relationship with Jesus here and now. Our goal in prayer is to deepen our friendship, to pour out our hearts and hear God’s merciful and loving guidance in return. Use this Lent to learn to pray following the model of Scripture and the saints. Bring a Bible and a small notebook.

Sundays, Feb 21 – Mar 28
6:45 PM – 8:15 PM
Inperson: Large Conference Room and on Zoom

Fee: $20

Bring a Bible and a small notebook