Adult Faith Formation is a series of programs, classes, and events offered throughout the course of the year that allows adults to come together to pray, reflect, and share with one another so as to enhance their personal and communal faith development.
Adult Faith Formation:
In their pastoral letter Our Hearts were Burning Within Us: A Pastoral Plan for Adult Faith Formation in the United States, the Bishops identified six dimensions for adult faith formation content:  knowledge of the faith,  liturgical life,  moral formation,  prayer,  communal life, and  missionary spirit.
Adult faith formation is as diverse as retreats, days of reflection, sacramental preparation (baptism, confirmation, and marriage), ministerial formation, parish mission, and our speakers’ series, as well as on-going scripture and catechetical study.
The 2016 AFF coming attractions:
Our Sunday Scripture reflection “Who Do You Say that I Am?” led by Dcn Dennis McAllister will continue on the first and second Sundays of each month in the Library immediately following the 10:00AM Mass.