Adult Faith Formation 2017

Participate in one or all of the following programs to grow in your faith. Sessions will take place on Wednesday evenings from 7-8:30PM in the Parish House.  All programs are facilitated by Deacon John Hancock.

Classes will be on six consecutive Wednesdays beginning March 8, 2017, in the Parish House from 7:00- 8:30pm. If there is enough interest, we will hold sessions during the day at the Parish House also. 

Contact Deacon John (719) 258-9617 to register.

October 4-November 22 (Ordinary Time)

A Quick Journey through the Bible

St Augustine said, “to fall in love with God is the greatest of all romances; to seek Him, the greatest adventure…” This program offers a way to seek God by learning His history of love i.e., the narrative thread that is found in Scripture and by discovering where your life fits into the Story.

Whether you are new to Scripture study or have been reading it all your life, this program can start you off on a lifelong adventure of getting to know God in His written word.


December 13-20 (Advent)
Images of Christ in the Old Testament

Discover the signs of the coming Messiah found throughout the Old Testament. Discover the story behind how people at the time of Jesus birth came to know that he was the one they had been waiting for. An excellent way to prepare for the celebration of Christmas.


Completed Sessions
January 11 - February 15 (Ordinary Time)
Becoming a Praying Person

If you want to become a praying person, the natural place to begin is the Bible. Because the Holy Spirit guided the authors of Scripture, the book they wrote is an always-fresh source of wisdom on everything concerning God and our relationship with him.

In this study we will read about six men and women in Scripture to learn from them about being a person of prayer. As we proceed, we will explore connections between what we find in Scripture and in our own life. The goal is to grow in a prayerful relationship with God, through Christ, in the Holy Spirit.

March 8 (Lent)
Seven Deadly Sins/Seven Lively Virtues

An enlightening study on sin and virtue! Over the course of this six week study we will be taking a look at what Catholic tradition calls the Seven Deadly Sins and contrasting them with what we refer to as the Seven Lively Virtues. An excellent preparation for celebration the Easter Triduum.