Adult Faith Formation
St. Joseph Community strives to help all of our parishioners to grow, as our faith formation is never ending. We strive to provide opportunities throughout the year for adults to come together to grow in faith. Typically studies are offered in the fall, spring, and summer. Check out below our current studies being offered.
For more information about adult programming, contact us at 651-423-4402 or at FaithFormation@StJosephCommunity.org.
St. Joseph Community now has a FORMED subscription and it’s available to you for FREE! FORMED.org is often described as “Catholic Netflix” and has hundreds of studies, videos, documentaries, audio, books, and much more. Check it out today! Click here to create your own free FORMED account! (Search “Rosemount” to easily find our parish.)
Romans Bible Study
8 Week Study beginning Feb 22 (Sat) & March 3 (Tues)
$40 per person
Session Options: Tuesday Mornings; Tuesday Evenings; Saturday Mornings
Discover what it means to “be saved” as we dig into the letter to the Romans. Paul’s letter to the Romans has been at the center of reflection, conversation and controversy from the very beginning. This study provides an authentic Catholic way to understand the overarching theme of Romans – Salvation!
33 Days to Merciful Love Group Retreat
Small Group Study/Retreat
March 11, 2020 – April 22, 2020
Wednesdays from 9am-10:30am
$40 per person ($30 if you already have the book)
Journey into the heart of St. Therese of Lisieux’s “Little Way” with the 33 Days to Merciful Love Group Retreat.
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Archbishop Flynn Catechetical Institute (CI)
Registration for the 2020-2022 Class is now open! Classes will be held at the St. Paul Seminary at UST. Registration Deadline is July 1, 2020.
Go to http://cistudent.com/ for more information and to register.
Taught by some of the best instructors in the Twin Cities, such as Bishop Andrew Cozzens, Jeff Cavins, Deacon Joe Michalak, Fr. John Klockeman, Dr. Todd Flanders, Christina Smith, Liz Kelly, and more, the program follows the four pillars of the Catechism of the Catholic Church and will make sense of all things Catholic, deepen your faith, and lay out the roadmap to heaven.
The classes are divided into four eleven-week modules and meet on Monday evenings, 7 to 9 pm, with two Saturday morning formative sessions per module.