Faith Formation

Adult faith formation requires a unique approach, so that it can address the needs of all who are seeking to deepen their faith. 

Women’s Faith Sharing

Every Friday
8-9 AM (Following Daily Mass)
Father Hitch Room

Content / Curriculum:
-Living Liturgy – review upcoming Sunday scriptures
-Selected spiritual books
-Combine discussion, prayer, hospitality, sharing, and fun


Men’s Faith Sharing

Every Friday
6:30-7:25 AM
Father Hitch Room
(Daily mass at 7:30 AM)

Content / Curriculum:  
-Read upcoming Sunday scriptures
-Discuss what it means to us
-Review Sunday Bible reflection from Dr. Scott Hahn


Christ Renews His Parish

Choose to take a weekend of renewal for yourself and your faith.  Join others from our parish seeking to deepen their relationship with God and each other.

How often do we think about doing something for ourselves spiritually to refocus our priorities and lives?


Current Bible Study

Join parishioners this spring in No Greater Love from Ascension Press.

Thousands sought Jesus during his life. Only a few followed Him to Calvary.
Experience Jesus’ passion and death for the very first time. Walk step-by-step with Jesus on His journey from His agony in the garden to His crucifixion on Calvary. Unpack the biblical background to these events, the prophecies, and most especially, the ways Jesus is inviting us to walk more closely with Him today.


Rite of Christian Initiation

RCIA is the process by which non-Catholics enter the Catholic Faith. To become a Catholic, one must understand the teachings of the Church, believe in those teachings, and be a baptized Catholic. If someone was baptized but is not Catholic, they will also study the teachings of the Catholic Faith in RCIA.

-Classes begin in the fall, more information to come
-Candidates welcomed into the church during the Easter Vigil Saturday, April 8, 2023


Questions about the Catholic Faith?