Adult Faith Formation

Rose Marie Patin, Chairperson

Programs Offered Include:

Lectio Divina is Latin for divine reading, spiritual reading, or “holy reading”, and represents  a traditional Christian practice of prayer and scriptural reading that dates back to the 12th century.  It is a way of praying with the scripture that calls us to study, ponder, listen, and pray from God’s Word.  The group meets on Mondays at 9:15 AM in Room 1 of the Education Center.

Scripture Study groups meet to discuss Books of the Old and New Testament in order to have a greater understanding and insight into the meanings of the Sacred Scriptures.
Walking with Purpose meet weekly to discuss the Scriptures as they relate to the modern women of the day.  
Book Club meets monthly to discuss literature that has moral and theological implications.
Vatican II Series are informative presentations that look at the proceedings and outcomes of the Ecumenical Council called by John XXIII.

These programs are conducted regularly through the year.  Click here or check our Parish Events tab for specific meeting dates, times, and locations.

The St. Edmond’s Parish Library in the Education Center offers parishioners the opportunity  to do research and check out materials.