Current Programs

Monday Adult Enrichment Program

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Meets Two Mondays a Month,

9:15 AM to 11:15 AM in the Parish Life Complex, Room 3.

A team lead discussion of a variety of topics about the Church and her place in history, each more enlightening then the last! 


February 11- “Why do I need the Church?”

February 25- “Ersatz Worship”


March 11-“Jesus the Christ”

March 25-“Beginnings of the Church”


April 8- “Paul: Community in Conflict”

April 29- “Paul:Freedom and the Law”


May 13- “A Catholic Moral Vision”

May 20- “Saint Oscar Romero”


June 10- “Catholic Social Teaching”

June 24- “First Century Society”


July 8- “Fundamentalism and Creationism”

July 22-   “Trafficking 101” presented by Amy Nace-DeGonda, Assistant Director, Bakhita Empowerment Initiative Catholic Charities of Louisville.


August 12- Paul: Gender Roles and Slavery”

August 26- “Paul: Letters to the Diaspora”


September 9- “Reformation to Modern Megachurch”

September 23- “American Religious History”


October 14- “Job: Suffering of the Innocent”

October 28- “Reflections on Book of Job”


November 4- “Paul and the Roman Empire”

November 18- “Discerning Will of God”


What is the Bible? Where does it come from? What is the purpose? How do Catholics read the Bible? What story does it tell?

These are the ever-important questions answered in Genesis to Jesus, the newest journey through Scripture video-based Bible study from St. Paul Center. Join us to learn the basic Catholic principles for reading Scripture and to survey the broad outlines of the Books of the Bible and their place in the story of salvation.

This 12-week study begins Tuesday, August 6th and concludes Ocotber 29th. 7:00-8:30pm in the Parish Life Complex, Room 3.

RSVP by July 11th to Debbie Shearn at (RSVP required to order study books).