Do you want to understand your Catholic faith better?
Do you want to have a closer relationship with Jesus?
Do you want to know how to live your Catholic faith in a deeper and more meaningful way?
Do you want to know how to put into practice what you teach?
Do you want to lead others to Christ?
If you answered YES to the above, then we have an exciting, new Faith Formation Series for you! It’s called Growing in Christ and you are invited!
If you answered NO to any of the above, what better opportunity to discover more than by joining in! You have nothing to lose but everything to gain!
Please join us for the last 3 sessions for this Term of the Growing in Christ Program. a The videos shown each fortnight are from the Catholicism Series produced by Bishop Robert Barron and Word on Fire Digital. If you would like to join us, please just turn up on the night or afternoon; dates and times appear below.
ALL MEETINGS WILL TAKE PLACE IN THE HALL NEXT TO THE CHURCH
Session 3: THURS 27 AUG @ 7:30 pm or SAT 29 AUG @ 3 pm
CATHOLICISM Series Episode 3- The Ineffable Mystery of God – That Than Which Nothing Greater Can be Thought. “The one God of Israel – ‘I am, Who am’ – is a play of subsistent relations – ‘ God is Love’ – and thus we learn the deepest meaning of the very’to be’ is ‘to love’. It was the Son, the Father’s beloved, who became incarnate in Jesus and it was the Holy Spirit, the love breathed back and forth between the Father and the son, that came to dwell in the Church.” Bishop Robert Barron .
Session 4 THURS 10 SEPT @ 7:30 pm or SAT 12 SEPT @ 3 pm
CATHOLICISM Series Episode 4 – Our Tainted Nature’s Solitary Boast – Mary , the Mother of God. “Mary’s willingness to magnify the Lord made of her a matrix of life. The spring itself, in all its wild fecundity, is but a hint of the vitality she unleashes.” Bishop Robert Barron.
Session 5… . THURS 24 SEPT @ 7:30pm or SAT 26 SEPT @ 3pm
CATHOLICISM Series Episode 5 – The Indispensable Men- Peter, Paul and the Missionary Adventure “Due to their centralit, Peter and Paul are not merely of historical interest; they live on as determining archetypes in the community of Jeus to the present day”. Bishop Robert Barron
For further information contact: Ann Kerley – 0408 720 461