Are you seeking to live a more fulfilling life?
Are you seeking to deepen your relationship with Jesus?
Are you seeking to dive in more deeply to your Catholic faith?
Communio groups are a great way to dive in more deeply in a relaxed atmosphere with several other people. They are all small groups with normally less than 12 people and meet weekly at the Parish or a home. Much of the year there is at least one group currently meeting. We offer a variety of days, times, and topics so that you can discern which group God may be calling you to.
Please see the list of groups below to register, or contact Phil Lewandowski for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org or 440.653.5638
Scripture: Paul's Letter to the Romans
| Mondays: 6:30PM - 8:00PM |
“Making Our Faith Reasonable - St. Paul's Letter to the Romans”
We will dive into the treasure-trove that is the Word of God. We will learn not only how to read scripture, but how to allow God to speak through it so we can better understand our current lived circumstances with the eyes of God. This will be an “ecumenical group”; meaning that we will be using the Catholic resources, and this group will be led by a retired pastor from a fellow Christian church. The leader has a wide breadth of knowledge in regards to the historical and socio-political situation of the time to bring the scriptures even more to life.
*This group begins September 25, 2023
I Believe: The Catechism of the Catholic Church
| Wednesdays: 10:00AM - 11:30AM |
This group is perfect if you want a deeper understanding of our Catholic faith as presented in the Catechism without reading the entire Catechism...which can be daunting! We will use the "United States Catholic Catechism for Adults" as our guidebook reflecting on a chapter each week on the major topics within the Catechism.
*This group is on-going. Join at anytime.*
Transformed: The Gift and Challenge of the Eucharist
| Thursdays, February 15 - March 21: 6:30PM - 8:00PM |
The Eucharist comes to us both as an indescribable gift and a profound challenge. What effect does this sacred mystery have on us? In a word, transformation.
As the bread and wine are truly transformed into the Body and Blood of Jesus, we who receive this heavenly meal with open hearts are continually transformed into people who love like Jesus—and loving like Jesus transforms the world.
In this 6-week discussion guide for Catholic small groups, participants read and discuss key selections from Scripture, saints, and Church teaching around 6 transformations the Eucharist draws us into:
*This group begins on February 15, 2024*