Adult Faith Sharing

Sunday Scripture Prayer and Study

Wednesdays, August 23 & 30, 7:00pm, Conference Room


These sessions will be a time to pray, study, and discuss the upcoming Sunday Mass readings. Fr. Krettek will prepare a copy of the text of the readings and a set of study notes for the session and email them to anyone who would like to receive them, even those who will not be at the session itself.  To receive these notes, please send an email to Fr. Krettek.

 
 

Meditative Prayer Time

Saturday, August 26, from 8:00-9:00am, 

Office Area


We  gather  with Fr. Dan Krettek for an hour of prayer time using three methods of prayer; the ancient practice of Lectio Divina, the prayerful reading of sacred scripture; St. Ignatius of Loyola’s practice of the daily Examen, the prayerful review of our daily experiences; and Centering Prayer, one method of the prayer of silence within our Christian tradition of contemplative prayer. 


 
 
 
 

Let's Chat!  This faith sharing group will meet in the Social Hall on Tuesday, September 26 at 7:00pm. This is an open ended, open discussion about matters pertaining to our faith and other important social matters. Jesus and His followers were very socially engaged with each other and our hopes are that this group will mirror them. Join us with your questions, doubts, beliefs, and stories and add to the fellowship and community.

We’re Responding to Pope Francis

In his encyclical On Care for Our Common Home, Pope Francis calls upon the whole world to change lifestyles to care for creation and poor and vulnerable people.  Parishioners have gathered to determine how to respond to Pope Francis’ call and have decided to begin by distributing information about how we can reduce our own solid waste.  Our Religious Education Program is organizing an Everyday is Earth Day Leadership Team to bring the Pope’s message to life for our children.  See “Upcoming Events” on our On Care for Our Common Home page for a summary of all the ideas currently being considered.

 
For Mother Teresa, Jesus and his sacrifice were the very heart of her life and mission.  She had the courage to show the world “the real face of Jesus” the one who walked among the lepers, prostitutes, and outcasts.  The Jesus who healed the sick and gave the disheartened hope, the one who stood up to injustice and hatred and who countered hate with love every time.  Her legacy, as recognized in her canonization, is having made Jesus real to everyone who met her.  A brochure is available in the vestibule if you would like more information on Saint Teresa of Calcutta.