Focus on Catholicism

Learn more about our Catholic Faith
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Do you know enough about our Catholic Faith? Would you like to know more?

Coming soon we will offer 5 classes, one per week, focusing on what Catholicism means and how to live as an authentic Catholic in an increasingly non-Christian culture.

 

Catholicism through the Catechism

Tuesday evenings
7:00-8:30 p.m. (via Zoom)

May 10  •  May 17  •  May 24  •  May 31  •  June 7 

About the Class

The 1995 published Catechism of the Catholic Church is the most accurate and easy-to-read summary of the last 2000 years of Catholic tradition. It includes many references to the other two master documents of the Church: Scripture and the Magisterium.

The class will be led by Jim, serving as a facilitator, to guide the discussion of the group towards the common goal of understanding the Catholic Faith as put forth in the Catechism. All those who attend will be able to contribute to the discussion with comments or questions. Jim’s primary goal will be to keep us solidly attached to the truths of the Catholic Faith contained in the doctrine and the dogma.

For extra clarity, 30-minute videos from sources, such as Bishop Robert Baron’s “Word on Fire,” will be used.

Questions?

For more information and to receive the Zoom session details, call Jim and Ann Schmidt at 510-792-9130