Adult Faith Formation
Adult Faith Formation helps you learn about what your faith teaches. Our Adult Faith Formation program is a resource to help you enrich different areas of your life. Whether you want to learn more about scripture, historical facts or your family and prayer life, we can help and provide online resources for those times when you can't make it to an in-person presentation. A wonderful byproduct of adult faith formation is that it is a great way to build lasting friendships with the people who share your values and grow with you spiritually.
"Awakened and energized by the Spirit, let us strengthen our commitment and intensify our efforts to help the adults in our communities be touched and transformed by the life-giving message of Jesus, to explore its meaning, experience its power, and live in its light as faithful adult disciples today. Let us do our part with creativity and vigor, our hearts aflame with love to empower adults to know and live the message of Jesus. This is the Lord's work. In the power of the Spirit it will not fail but will bear lasting fruit for the life of the world." (USCCB pastoral plan for Adult Faith Formation, Our Hearts were Burning Within Us, 183)
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Many of our favorite Gospel stories and parables are ones that only appear in Luke’s Gospel, like the Prodigal Son, the Good Samaritan, The Rich Man and Lazarus, and the Tax Collector, Zacchaeus. As we prepare to read Luke’s Gospel in the coming liturgical year, delving into the richness of Luke’s imagination will afford us opportunities as a parish to deepen our Ignatian heritage. Long before St. Ignatius discovered the importance of the imagination for finding God in scripture, Luke prepared the ground for that discovery by creating narratives about Jesus that actively engage our imaginations in reading, study and prayer. “Engaging Luke’s Imagination” will explore some of the ways Luke altered Mark’s Gospel by enhancing Mark’s narratives, supplying details omitted by Mark, by creating additional stories about Jesus and even rearranging Mark’s stories to present Luke’s imaginative portrait of Jesus.