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Reminder – Faith Formation classes at St. Mark September 9, 2010

Posted by Tantumblogo in Basics, Dallas Diocese, General Catholic, North Deanery.

You can still sign up for the Faith Formation classes at St. Mark.  I’m teaching the Biblical Basis for the Eucharist class with Steve Boor.  Come and tell me what an idiot I am in everything I say or do, just for spite!  Reposted information below:

Want to grow in your faith?  Want to learn more?  St. Mark in Plano has Adult Faith Formation classes starting up on Sunday, Sept. 12.  There are three different classes available:

Biblical Basis for the Catholic Faith, in the parish library at 9:00 am on Sundays, taught by Danny and Elizabeth Muzyka

This class will use the Biblical Basis for the Catholic Faith book by John Salza for source material.

The Catechism for Adults, same time I believe, not sure on teachers

The Biblical Basis for the Eucharist – the class you REALLY want to be in, taught by Steve Boor and Larry Roach, 7 pm Sundays in library

Seriously, this class will be really good.  Steve and I have been in the class or teaching it for two years, and it’s alot of fun.  You will learn tons.  We’re using the John Salza book ‘Biblical Basis for the Eucharist’.  Class format is to read some of the book during the week, answer questions put together by Steve and I, and then to meet and discuss.  It’s alot of fun, especially for us instructors!

There is also a great deal of adult Bible study going on at St. Mark.  If I may make a suggestion, attend the Catholic Scripture Study group that meets in the ‘Upper Room’ on Thursday evenings from 7-9 (starting on the 10th) and Fridays at 9:30 (on the 11th).  My wife has been in this group for a while and it has been fantastic.  It’s a pretty in-depth study of Scripture.  This year they are covering Revelation and the Prophets! 

All of the above classes have a small fee for the books.  That is all.  Contact Debbie Betz at 972-423-4715 to sign up.  You do not need to be a St. Mark parishioner to attend these classes.

For more details, read the St. Mark weekly bulletin here.

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