Christ instructed His followers to “go and make disciples”. Jesus made disciples, the disciples made disciples and their disciples made disciples. Discipleship is focused more on relationships and action and less on information and knowledge. Our call to discipleship starts with a personal relationship with Christ. St. Catherine of Siena offers several adult discipleship opportunities throughout the year to help you grow in your personal journey with Christ.
Have you ever felt bored or confused during Mass? Do you sometimes find yourself distracted and find it difficult to stay focused? That’s OK! We are all human, and people today are not used to long periods of silence. Mass on Sunday may be one of the few times during the week when you are not “plugged in” to your smart phones, iPad, or computer.
God needs us to take this hour every week to step back from our busy lives so that we can truly encounter him. But it helps if we understand what is happening at Mass and why it is so important. There is so much more to the Mass than meets the eye.
We would like to invite you to join us for Altaration: The Mystery of the Mass Revealed. It is a study featuring powerful videos, great presenters and small groups that allow you to talk about what you’re seeing—and ask your own questions about the Mass and the Catholic Faith.
St. Catherine’s will be hosting the Altaration study in Resurrection Hall beginning August 25, 2019 at 4:00 and continuing every Sunday. We begin with dinner and followed by our formal gathering. For more information or to register for this free class call Sherri Briand at 727-531-7721 or via email: email@example.com.
For information on how to register for Altaration: The Mystery of the Mass Revlealed or any other Discipleship idea, contact Sherri via email or by phone at 727-531-7721.