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Jan 18, 25; Feb 1: The Creed
Feb 8: Prayer
Feb 22; Mar 1, 8, 15: Sacraments I
Mar 22, 29; Apr 5: Sacraments II
Apr 26; May 3, 10: Christian Morality
May 17: Sacramentals, Saints & Devotions
May 24, 31: All Things Catholic
Subject to change. Check the parish calendar for updates.
Ever wish you knew more about your Catholic faith? Then this is for you!
Many of us know our Catholic faith but don’t really feel like we KNOW it or understand it well enough to speak easily with others about it. Catholicism 101 will be an opportunity to learn more about our faith. It is designed to meet people where they're at, whether they wish they knew their faith better, have been away from the Church for a while, or even are not Catholic but would like to learn about the Catholic faith. A variety of topics will be offered, most for 2-3 sessions. Content is based on the Adult Catechism.
Topics include The Creed, Prayer, Christian Morality, Sacraments I, Sacraments II, Devotions, Saints & Sacramentals, and All Things Catholic.
As Catholics, we are the inheritors of holy men and women who over two thousand years built a great civilization and spread the gospel throughout the world. The history of the Church is not just the recitation of popes and saints; it is a story of adventure, intrigue, rebellion, reform, and devotion. In this study you will learn about the important people, places, and events in two thousand years of Church history: true stories behind the Crusades, the Spanish Inquisition, and the Protestant Reformation as well as the massive persecution of Christians in the twentieth century. Steve Weidenk, opf, presenter, will help you gain an understanding of the workings of the Holy Spirit in our Church in Epic: A Journey Through Church History.
The next part of EPIC will be held in the early part of fall next year.
February 8, 22
March 8, 22
This is an ongoing support group for those grieving the loss of a loved one.
We meet the 2nd & 4th Tuesday of each month beginning March 9 from 2–3 pm at St. Raphael.
St. Raphael the Archangel and Most Blessed Sacrament Parishes
Come spend time with Jesus in the Eucharist at any time between 3:30 and 5:30 pm for however long you can. Reconciliation is available.
April 7, May 5, June 2, July 7, August 4, September 1, October 6, November 3, December 1
Our annual Mardi Gras celebration will be happening on Tuesday, March 1 at 6 pm. This is a great family celebration to prepare for the Lenten season.
More info to come!
God is calling you to a unique purpose in life, a work of love that only you can do. Discern your charisms (spiritual gifts) and begin to discern God’s call. You have received gifts in Baptism and Confirmation through which God intends His love to reach others. Come and discover these charisms in you! This workshop is facilitated by a trained diocesan team. The $50 registration includes all materials, lunch, and refreshments.
Full details and registration available at gbdioc.org/called-gifted
Lead by Fr. Dave Duffeck. Reference materials and breakfast provided at no charge. Please bring your own Bible. Be sure to wear your mask!
If you are a group leader and would like your St. Raphael event on this page, fill out the Upcoming Events Form. For more information on any of these events, you can call the parish office at 920 233 8044.