Catholicism 101

All are welcome to A NEW series at Nativity

Catholicism 101 is a seven-part series  taught by Fr. Vaccaro, Fr. Hayes and Dan Blair.  The classes will provide opportunities to dive deep into the foundational principles of our Catholic faith including salvation history, divine revelation, the Trinity, the sacraments and the Liturgy, salvation, Christian prayer, and Christian service.

“There are not one hundred people in the United States who hate the Catholic Church, but there are millions who hate what they wrongly perceive the Catholic Church to be.”  – Archbishop Fulton Sheen

Catholicism 101 is a great opportunity for people to really understand key tenants of the Catholic faith and is a great opportunity to draw closer to the Lord during Lent by deepening their understanding of the Church’s teachings.


Come to one class, come to all classes, come as you are and and with a willingness to learn something new about our beautiful faith!

Class Schedule

When: 7:00 – 9:00 pm
Where: Fr. Ready Room

Date Class Title
2 March Salvation History
16 March Divine Revelation – Who is God  &  Who Are we as Children of God?
23 March The Trinity, the Key Mystery of Our Faith
30 March Sacraments and The Liturgy
20 April Salvation – Are We Saved and What Does This Really Mean?
27 April Christian Prayer – Drawing Closer to God Through Prayer
4 May Christian Service – What Does it Mean to Live a Life in Christ?

 

 

Suggested Reading List

  • Walking with God, Tim Gray and Jeff Cavins – a wonderful overview of salvation history
  • Salvation, What Every Catholic Should Know, Michael Barber – a thorough yet really understandable book on salvation
  • God, What Every Catholic Should Know, Elizabeth Klein – a great book on who God is and a great summary of the Trinity
  • Catechism of the Catholic Church
  • Catechism for Adults, USCCB
  • The Great Adventure Catholic Bible, Second Catholic Edition

Contact

If you have any questions, please contact Dan Blair at [email protected].

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