Adults are invited to pursue lifelong catechesis via a variety of opportunities. Throughout the year adults gather on Sunday mornings from 9:45 – 10:45 a.m. for faith formation on a variety of topics. Women of the parish are invited to join our Women’s Bible Studies. Throughout the year, we also offer various retreats, mini-courses, and special lectures. For more information contact Christina Klyce at email@example.com.
Wednesday Evening Bible Study
A Lent to Remember
Wednesdays, Feb. 21 – March 21
A Lent to Remember is a beautiful presentation of the transforming power of mercy in the Sacrament of Confession, and features Augustine Institute original productions Symbolon and Forgiven: The Transforming Power of Confession.
No cost to attend. Optional Study Guide $6. For those unable to attend on Wednesdays, the videos are available on Formed. www.stpeterchurch.formed.org
No matter what you have done, no matter how long you have been away, Jesus is waiting for you with open arms this Lent!
Women’s Bible Studies
The Wednesday Women’s group is studying Ephesians this spring. The study is full, but please contact Christina Klyce at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re interested in getting on a waiting list.
The Friday Women’s group meets on Fridays 9:15 – 10:45 a.m. and this year’s study is Jesus Revealed. For more information, contact Ginger Taylor at email@example.com.
Sunday Morning Adult Faith Formation
Throughout the year adults gather on Sunday mornings from 9:45 – 10:45 a.m. for faith formation on a variety of topics. All are welcome, and it’s okay to come if you can’t make all sessions. No cost to attend but some courses offer optional texts. For more information contact Christina Klyce at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- September 9 – 30
Rejoice and Be Glad
Study of Pope Francis’ new document with Sr. Cathy Galaskiewicz OP
No cost to attend. Copies of the document available for purchase or via download.
- October 7
Fall Break Holiday
- October 14
The Creation of Religious Diversity in AmericaPresented by Parishioner John Rowland
The real facilitator of the Reformation was not Martin Luther, but another Augustinian, Erasmus. Catholic and Protestant rulers in Europe engaged in a bloody 130 year war that killed over 10% of the population in an attempt to eliminate the other side. England tried to live with a religious compromise in which diverse theologies were tolerated. This allowed very different theologies to develop, including the Puritans who became the Pilgrim fathers.
Called and Gifted Workshop
The Called and Gifted Workshop™ is a great tool to help us discern the charisms God has given us!
At a Called & Gifted™ workshop, you will learn:
- The role of every Catholic and of the local parish in the mission of the Church to the world.
- The critical role of charisms in the life and service of other lay Catholics and in the life of the parish or Christian community.
- The signs and characteristics of 24 common charisms.
- How discerning and using your charisms can change your life and the life of others, your parish, and the world.
Information is available on the Catherine of Siena Institute website at http://www.siena.org/Called-Gifted/called-a-gifted.
For more information about the next Called and Gifted Workshop at St. Peter Church, please contact Christina Klyce at email@example.com or 901-527-8282.
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