Adult

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.


10 Week Study for Adults – Fall 2021
3 Day/Time Sessions Offered
$40

Jesus: The Way, the Truth, and the Life is a new and fresh look at Jesus—who he is, what he is really like, what he taught, and what he did for our salvation. This encounter with Christ will inspire and empower you to center your entire life around him as you come to know and love him in an ever deeper and more intimate way.

3 Sessions Offered
Tuesdays 7p-9pm (September 28-December 14)
Wednesdays 9am-10:30am (September 29-December 15)
Saturdays 8:30am-10:30am (October 9 – December 18)

Register by September 13, 2021

REGISTRATION FORM Jesus- The Way, the truth and the Life


FORMED.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.)


The Heart of Business – The Spiritual Dimension of Work & Business

Hubert Joly joined us for a 1 hour webinar on May 25, 2021, to enlighten and encourage us and help us answer the question “Why do we work?”

 


Around the Archdiocese

Archbishop Flynn Catechetical Institute (CI)

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 typically on Monday evenings, 7 to 9 pm, with two Saturday morning formative sessions per module.

 

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