Susan Doyle, Director of Religious Education
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Our class for RCIA (Rites of Christian Initiation for Adults) is ongoing throughout the year.
Please join us for our introductory wine & cheese on Weds., August 30! The formal class starts again on Weds., Sept. 6. The class meets in the parish center (building with ramp in front) from 7-8:30 pm each Wednesday until Easter, and restarts with formal Inquiry period shortly after that.
For more info, contact Susan Doyle in the parish office, at email@example.com or 703.998.6100, x102 .
Click for the syllabus HERE.
Ongoing Adult Formation
The Four Pillars of Our Faith: The Creed, The Sacraments, Life in Christ, Prayer
Are you a cradle Catholic, who wishes to learn more about the Faith into which you were born? Are you a convert, but would like to continue learning about the treasure chest you opened in RCIA? Please join us for our Four Pillars study this year!
The study is offered in 4 sessions, one for each of the pillars, followed by a 5th session devoted to Marian consecration after Easter. The first 4 sessions will be based on the brilliant "Symbolon" program, available from Formed.org. Study materials for each session will be available in booklet form, or participants may simply download the materials from the Symbolon pages of Formed.org.
Our parish has purchased the dynamic online course "Formed." "Formed" has been called a Catholic Netflix, offering a variety of movies, documentaries, and online courses, presenting our Faith in a compelling format.
Parishioners are welcome to register, free of charge, through our parish subscription, which may be accessed by using our code, nr1029 . Once in our subscription, an individual parishioner creates a user name and password (which cannot be our parish code).
Other helpful resources
Catholic Spiritual Direction- a great resource both for finding spiritual directors and online readings
Doctrinal Note on Participation of Catholics in Political Life - The Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith has published a Doctrinal Note on some questions regarding the participation of Catholics in political life. The note is directed to the Bishops of the Catholic Church, to Catholic politicians, and all lay members of the Church.
For Your Marriage --The US Bishops' have created this resource for information on dating, marriage, family and parenting, divorce & annulments
Real Life Catholic-Real Life Catholic is Chris Stefanick's gift to the Church, especially young adults and youth. Check out his videos!