“Adult Catechesis is the principle form of catechesis because it is addressed to persons who have the greatest responsibilities and the capacity to live the Christian message in its fully developed form.” – Blessed Pope John Paul III
The Catholic faith is not simply a series of doctrines and a list of “do’s and don’ts”. The Catholic Faith is a way of life and involves a relationship with a real person, Jesus Christ! All adults, Catholic and non-Catholics, are invited to attend any of the Adult Faith Formation opportunities offered here at Holy Spirit. Please see below for what we have coming up!
Fr. Carroll’s Mini Series
LENTEN MINI SERIES: Fr. Carroll offered a 4 week series on Tuesdays of 2017 Lent entitled, “Decoding the Book of Revelation of Catholics”. Have you ever wondered how to understand the final book of the New Testament? Does it predict the future? Why the strange images, animals, and events? How does the Church interpret this mysterious book? In what way can it already help us here and now? These many other questions were answered in this series.
Women’s Spiritual Group
The Holy Spirit Women’s Spirituality Group meets on Thursdays at 7:30pm and is open to all women of the parish. For more information, please click here or contact the group’s facilitator Ruth Oordt at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Men’s Spiritual Group
The Holy Spirit Men’s Spiritual Group is a group for men of Holy Spirit Parish that meets on the third Saturday of the month, from 7:30 to 8:45 AM in the Parish Center. The intent of this coming together is to provide an opportunity for men, through prayer, reflection, scripture reading and discussion to come to a deeper understanding of what Jesus is calling us to be, in terms of living our Catholic heritage through our particular path of discipleship. For more information, please contact Richard Chobot at: email@example.com
The Institute of Catholic Culture
The Institute of Catholic Culture gives many presentations here at Holy Spirit. For a list of there upcoming talks here and around the Diocese of Arlington, please click here.