Faith • Family • Fellowship
Sessions will begin:
September 21st - on campus 7:00pm
September 22nd - online 7:00pm
Both will complete the week of 12/21
Participate online, in person, or blend each week to see what works for you!!
Anchored in the life of Christ as presented in the Gospels, this study explores the entirety of Jesus’ life—who he is, what he is really like, what he taught, what he did for our salvation, and what all of this means for us as Catholics today.
Presented by Dr. Marcellino D’Ambrosio, Jeff Cavins, and Dr. Edward Sri, this study was filmed in the Holy Land so Catholics can experience the extraordinary world in which Jesus lived and taught—the historical context, the politics, the clashing cultures, the history, and the ancient land—and see where the most significant events of his life took place, from his infancy to his ascension.
This study shows, in a simple way, how Jesus, the Incarnate God, is both fully divine and fully human—his intimacy with the Father, his revelation of the Father’s love, and his extraordinary influence on his disciples, his followers, and even his enemies.
Most importantly, this encounter with Christ will inspire and empower you to center your entire life in him as you come to know and love him in an ever-deeper and more intimate way.
For information or to join please contact Mary Wharton at [email protected]
"Echoes of Faith" is a series of four (4) sessions to provide you with basic tools to begin your ministry as a catechist, as a ministry leader, or adult faith facilitator. Our parish deacons will instruct anyone who is wanting to know more about our faith and how to better communicate it to others.
Beginning September 17th and continuing every other Thursday.
7:00pm in the Upper Room of the Parish Family Center
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