Here is where you can find the details about our Faith Formation opportunities for:
as well as information on how to prepare for and/or receive all of the Sacraments.
Faith Formation News
You can now watch the first season of CHOSEN on FORMED!
Sign up for free at formed.org/signup Our parish pays for this annual subscription that provides hundreds of movies for adults and children, inspirational programs and talks - check it out!
Thank you to those who helped to provide the funds for us to renew this subscrip!on for another year. The Diocese of Lansing is also now helping parishes with the cost as well so that more parishes take advantage of this great resource.
Calling All Baptized Catholics
We are called, by nature of our baptism, to reach out to others and introduce them to Jesus and His church.
The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (R.C.I.A.) is a process to bring disciples into Christ’s church and to strengthen those already initiated.
Adult Formation begins September 19 - HOLY IS HIS NAME
This Bible study is one of a series from the St. Paul Center called “Journey Through Scripture” with Dr. Scott Hahn. In this series Scott Hahn will take us through his quest to define “holiness” as it is found in the Scriptures. “Catholics are taught to prize holiness—to admire it in others and to strive for it in our own lives. But we’re never quite told what holiness it. Tracing the meaning of holiness first through the Old Testament and then the New, Scott will demonstrate for us how God gradually transmits his holiness to his people—through creation, right worship, and more.”
Have you checked out the Hallow App?
Best $4.99 a month you will every spend! Unlock 500+ prayers and meditations on finding calm, growing in humility, re-discovering the Saints, and falling asleep to Scripture or music.
Funeral Liturgy Pre-Planning
Many people really struggle with death and don’t even want to talk about funerals. For people of faith, it is a normal and expected part of our journey to eternal life with Jesus. Are you interested in picking out your preferred scripture readings and music for your own funeral - this can be comforting to you and a huge help to your family. I will meet with anyone interested to help you with the planning process. You can begin by picking up a packet either in the parish office or on the Christian Service table in Higgins Hall. Take it home and spend some time with it and then call or email to set up an appointment to review your plan.
Marie Sheridan, St. Agnes Funeral Coordinator