RCIA for the Rest of Us
You're invited to RCIA for the Rest of Us! This class is for any adult, whether newcomer or long-time parishioner, who has an interest in learning more about the Catholic faith. Classes will take place on Wednesdays evenings (4/29, 5/06, 5/13, 5/20 & 5/27) from 7:00 - 8:00 PM via Zoom (an on-line video conferencing platform). Prior to each session there will be pre-recorded content sessions and a bit of reading sent to participants, which the Zoom sessions will cover. Details for the Zoom sessions will be sent out with the content each week after signing up.
This five-week series is focused on discussion of texts drawn from Scripture, the tradition, and contemporary theological reflection. It will offer an opportunity to discover theological and spiritual tools that can make our Catholic faith a source of life and joy. It seeks to answer the questions: “What are the fundamentals of Catholic belief? What does the Catholic tradition say about faith, reason, Scripture, God, Jesus, the Church, and the Sacraments?” The course is led by Deacon Fritz Bauerschmidt, Professor of Theology at Loyola University. Those specifics class topics will be:
1. Faith, Reason, Scripture, and Tradition
2. The Triune God
3. Jesus Christ
4. The Church
5. The Sacraments
Questions? Contact Chris McCullough at [email protected].
Videos for May 27: