Adult Faith Formation

Our Mission Adult Faith Formation advances the mission of the St. George Community by providing forums which deepen relationships with Jesus Christ and one another through learning and sharing our faith.




NEW BOOK DISCUSSION
A DANGEROUS CROSSING
May 25, 2018; 7:00 pm
Rectory Meeting Room




Ghalib doesn't want to leave his home in Syria. But, the city has become too dangerous, and his family has no choice but to flee. Together they make their way through Syria to the Turkish border, where Ghalib gets separated from his family. Stricken with grief and fear, fighting cold, pain and hunger, he manages to make it to a refugee camp in Turkey. Ghalib is safe for now, but life in a refugee camp is wretched and hopeless, and this boy's journey in search of safety is far from over. Based on true accounts and real Syrian children. A Dangerous Crossing is the story of one boy's search for refuge.






Chris Stefanick, a consultant to the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops on Laity, Marriage, Family Life, and Youth, is an internationally acclaimed author and speaker who has devoted his life to inspiring people to live a bold, contagious faith. Chris' live talks reach over 85,000 people per year. His videos and radio spots reach over one million people every month. His initiatives are turning the tide in the Church. Chris founded Real Life Catholic, a Denver-based nonprofit that operates as the headquarters for various initiatives. Chris is most proud to be the husband to wife Natalie and father to their six children.



Catholic Women Sharing Faith

Meet with other women to discuss spiritual readings, church documents and Scripture on Thursday mornings at 9:30 AM.



MEN'S SPIRITUALITY--THAT MAN IS YOU


Men get together weekly on Saturday mornings to share faith
and ideas on topics that they are interested in pursuing.

After an extended "summer break" that began shortly after Easter, we are about to launch a brand new semester of TMIY. The title for this fall's program is "The Revelation of the Father", and will focus on how we, as Catholic men, can improve relationships within our families while strengthening our faith and spiritual lives.

During the next thirteen weeks we will discover:

* The true dignity of the heart of a father.
* The four types of formation necessary for fathers to properly nurture their children and families.
* The parenting methods inspired by the saints and proven effective with the most difficult children.
* The challenges confronting men in their fatherhood and the means to overcome them.

ATTENTION: ALL WIVES, SISTERS, MOTHERS, DAUGHTERS AND WOMEN WHO CARE: Now is the time to reach out to the men who are important to you and your family. Encourage them to join us on this journey. They won't regret it!

That Man is You! meets on Saturday mornings at 6:30 am for breakfast in O'Connell Hall at St. George School. All adult men, 18 and older, are invited to join us. To learn more about this program, please contact Don Budny at (708) 429-1823; dbudny3@aol.com or Gary Hendzell at (708) 614-1734; ghendzell@msn.com.



THE BLESSED SACRAMENT IN OUR LIVES
by Terry Dorencz




Terry's book, The Blessed Sacrament in Our Lives, can be purchased online thorough Barnes and Noble, Amazon or from Tate Publishing. We also have copies availabale for purchase in the rectory office. The price for the softcoveer book is $15.

This book is designed as a set of lifelike situations to help develop a stronger relationship with our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament.



Looking for God in your life?

  • Read - The Holy Longing by Fr. Ronald Rolheiser
  • Read - The Lamb's Supper by Scott Hahn
  • Read - Almost Christian by Kenda Creasy Dean
  • Read - Catholicism by Fr. Robert Barron
  • Read - Sacred Space Prayer Book by Jesuit Communications
Family Corner

Bread & Word
Share breakfast and a lively discussion of Sunday's Scripture.
Sundays from 10 until 11:30 AM in the Board Room



Contact Us

Maureen Cetera
708-253-5592

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