Adult Faith Formation

Enrich your life and deepen your faith as an Engaged Disciple! All offerings are in the Social Hall of the Pastoral Center and surrounding meeting rooms.

How to live as a faithful Christian in the midst of a secular culture? Not surprising, the Christians in first-century Corinth were faced with the same question. Corinth was a bustling, coastal metropolis filled with wealth and all the temptations that come with greater affluence. Join us Thursday evenings at 7 pm, September 12 through November 21, as Dr. Tim Gray examines St. Paul's advice to the Corinthians regarding the handling of divisions within the Church, immorality, promiscuity, conflicts and the significance of the Eucharist. Registration is available electronically below. The cost for the study workbook and materials is $25. You may pay via check mailed to the parish office or by using Online Giving. Contact Mary Dan at 410-530-5838 or if you have any questions. Click here to register.

Women’s Bible study is offered to all interested women on Tuesday mornings at 9:30 am.

The format consists of home study, group sharing and a talk on the lesson studied. We’ll explore the Letters of St. Paul: Romans and Galatians. There are two 13-week semesters, September until December, and January until May. The atmosphere is one of fellowship and eagerness to learn about God’s Word and how it applies to our daily lives. For more information or to register, please call Lee Kopera 301-490-7402 or Pat Finnegan 410-730-4793.

Those who took part in the first “SURVIVING DIVORCE” workshop found it a source of comfort and counsel consistent with Catholic Church teachings. This video and accompanying discussion were created to bring hope and healing to those who have experienced the pain and loneliness of a broken marriage. We are pleased to be offering it again. Although our sessions have already started, there is time for you to join us. Please contact Leo Regensburger at or 410-382-9064 if you are interested.