Year of Faith
All programs meet 10:50am – 11:45 am
Xavier located in Fromm Hall…
Save the Date!
Fr. Tom Reese, S.J. will speak after the 9:30 Mass on
Sunday, June 30th…
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Through the energy and imagination of parishioners, the Adult Faith Formation (AFF) program continues to develop. Offerings are intended to help adults not only deepen their own faith commitment, but also to do so in community.
In order to see current and upcoming events for Adult faith Formation, please click here for the Spring/Summer 2013 schedule. For updated information, consult the upcoming events on the homepage or check the parish bulletin available online or at the church.
Typically, the following are a part of a year’s programming:
Events often include, in rotation:
Week Sunday sessions focus on the formation of those wishing to become Roman Catholics and for those already Catholic who have not received First Eucharist or Confirmation and thus seek to be fully initiated Catholics. For Further information, please contact Mary Romo at email@example.com or (415) 422-6033.
A Parish tradition now invites guest speakers, experts in a variety of fields, who are free to join us for the summer. Often the lectures have been sponsored together with the Joan and Ralph Lane Center for Catholic Studies and Social Thought at the University of San Francisco. For further information, please contact Dan Faloon at firstname.lastname@example.org or (415) 422-2195.
Over the past few years occasional courses on art have been scheduled on such topics as Women in the Bible and the Image of Christ. Exhibitions and related programs sponsored by the Manresa Gallery have added significantly to the discussion of art as a means for doing theology. The eventual opening of an Emmaus Center in a west church alcove will further enhance opportunities for education and meditation on visual imagery. For further information on art plans, please contact Fr. Jim Blaettler, S.J. at email@example.com.
For nformation about present and future Adult Faith Formation plans, please contact Fr. John A. Coleman, S.J. at firstname.lastname@example.org or (415) 422-5752.