Adult Faith Formation Brochure


Here we are again, summer is coming to a close, school is back in session and the
rhythms of 
life slip back into the same old routines.

 Maybe things are different this year, maybe you did not even know
school was back in session and your home is quiet and your nest is empty for the first time.
Or maybe you just graduated from college and instead of returning to a school schedule,
you are entering the work force, 
hopefully in a job you have been preparing for.

Change happens in our lives everyday. How we face change is our choice.
The question is, “Who are you choosing to become through the changes in your life?”

In the words of Father Richard Fragomeni at our parish mission a few years ago,
“Die before you die, so when you die, there is nothing left to die.”

Our spiritual lives are all about dying to realities we  cannot change.
Instead of rigidity, we are called to be flexible. Instead of resisting change, we are called to embrace it and grow.

Letting go in our lives and letting God’s grace be sufficient and guide us is the
only way to experience the joy of living a fully human life.
We need God and we need each other! What are you doing this fall to journey
with other disciples and grow in your relationship with God and the Church?

Please Join us for one or more of these
exciting opportunities.

Winter 2019.pdf


Men’s Breakfast

Men's Breakfast

  • Join us on the first Saturday of the Month from 7:30-9 a.m. 
    Here is the next Men's Breakfast dates:

  • Saturday, May 4th, 2019


Man Cave Meetings

Man Cave Meetings 

Men, are you looking to grow in your faith and serve others? Our parish Man Cave meetings are designed to do just that. We meet monthly, share time with one another, watch a meaningful presentation and look for ways to serve others. We meet the third Monday of the month from 7-9 p.m., unless otherwise stated, in Room 148. Here is what is being offered for the rest of 2019:

  • Monday, April 15, Speaker: Mark Juodawlkis
    Topic:  Practical Tips for your Spiritual Journey

    Every journey has has three main parts. A beginning, a destination, and directions on how to get from here to there. 
    Your Spiritual Journey is no different.  The beginning is 'Now', the destination is 'Sainthood', but what we need are the directions. 
    St Ignatius of Loyola provides a list of 14 very practical and applicable tips to help guide our Spiritual Journey. 
    Please join us as we take a look at his 14 Rules for Discernment of Spirits.