What is a Small Faith Sharing Group?
Why Should I Join a Small Group?
Joining a faith sharing group is a great opportunity to share your faith more deeply and to connect with your fellow parishioners. In a small group setting, you can feel free to ask questions, explore the faith and grow closer to God and your group members. In a small group you will find encouragement, care and a deeper sense of community.
How are Groups Formed?
Parishioners often seek out other individuals on their own and start groups together. The Adult Faith Formation and Parish Life Committees will assist those interested in forming faith sharing groups and will also provide possible materials for the group to use.
How do I Get More Info?
Call the Parish Office for more information about Faith Sharing Groups:
Small Group Resources
Formation for All
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Formation for All is a program to explore issues related to Respect Life and Social Justice. Each session has opening prayer, scripture, Catechizes video, questions, witness video, action statement, closing prayer.
Advent: Building Peace and Just War Theory
Feast of the Holy Innocents: Abortion and Adoption
World Day of the Sick: Adult and Embryonic Stem Cell Research
Lent: End of Life, Hospice Care, Assisted Suicide, Euthanasia
Religious Freedom Week
Summer NFP Awareness Week: In Vitro Fertilization and NFP Awareness
August – Feasts of Edith Stein and Maximilian Kolbe: Ending Genocide/Racial and Religious Violence
September: Death Penalty and Restorative Justice
Last Sunday in September: World Day of Migrants and Refugees
October: Respect Life and Social Justice Month
33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time: World Day of the Poor
The Witness is a great source for discussion material. Consider reading articles by Fr. Ronald Rolheiser or Sunday Scripture commentary by Fr. Bob Beck to help in your discussion.