The Church and its adult faithful have a mission in and to the world: to share the message of Christ to renew and to transform the social and temporal order. This dual calling to evangelization and justice is integral to the identity of the lay faithful; all are called to it in baptism. Accordingly, faith formation seeks to help each adult believer become “more willing and able to be a Christian disciple in the world.”
– Our Hearts Were Burning Within Us: A Pastoral Plan for Adult Faith Formation in the United States
In the coming weeks, the adult faith formation group will be discussing the book written by Bishop Barron, “Letter to a Suffering Church”. They will also continue with a series of lectures on the Eucharist in the Bible by Dr. Brant Pitre. In addition, they will view a movie on the life of Pope John Paul II, starring Jon Voight. Please join us for some exciting and informative weeks of faith formation.
Every Wednesday at 1:30pm
Rectory Conference Room (street-level door entrance on Clawson Street)
Contact: Deacon Steve Tobon, (718) 987-2670