Adult Faith Formation attends to our heart, our mind, our soul, and our body. It is an integrated understanding of who we are as beloved children of God, who are continually urged to know, love, and serve God more fully. The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops describes adult faith formation as an essential process inviting Catholic Christians to integrate their own life experiences with knowledge of the faith, love of God, and love of neighbor. It is a complete initiation into the life of the Church as a way of forming a Christian conscience and a desire to act as Christ’s hands and feet in the world.
While we encourage adults to attend our AFF classes on Sundays, we also understand that it may not be possible for some, or that classes are sometimes missed. In order to share knowledge and continue to educate the faithful, we record and share our classes online. We are working to get our full video collection online, so if you see something missing – stay tuned! For any questions or comments, please contact Dr. Cheryl White.
Sunday Brunch and Fellowship begins at 9am in the Parish Hall
AFF Presentation begins at 9:30am in the Parish Hall
February 5: Reconciliation: Mercy Rules the Church
February 12: Focus on The Eucharistic Revival
February 19: Lectionary Bible Study Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time
February 26: Lectionary Bible Study First Sunday of Lent
March 5: Joint Session – RCIA /AFF – Reconciliation (Fr. Peter)
March 12: Joint Session – RCIA /AFF – The Nicene Creed (Deacon Basco)
March 19: Lenten Book Discussion – The Last Hour
March 26: Lenten Bible Study (Diane Libro)
April 2: Palm Sunday – No AFF Class
April 9: Easter Sunday- No AFF Class
April 16: Mystagogy #1 – Sharing Experience in Church History