Adult Bible Study and Catechesis
Small Faith Communities
A Small Faith Sharing Community is usually a group of eight to twelve adults who gather in homes to discuss their lives in the light of the gospel and to share their faith through prayer, friendship and service.
Originally the early church lived their faith within small home-based communities. Gathered around their chosen presider, the community was small enough to allow a deep sharing of life and faith. When the community became larger, the church soon appreciated its need to divide into small groups - parishes.
Now the parish community is in the same situation in which the small community historically found itself, and so at Saint Frances Cabrini, Small Faith Communities have been forming over the past 20 years to provide an environment where quality sharing of faith and life can take place. Each community is unique in its membership and style of gathering.
Saturday Morning Men's Group
All men are invited to join the Saturday Morning Men’s Small Community. The first meeting is at 6:45 am in the Community House where we pray the Rosary to St. Joseph and for our families. The Rosary is followed by a faith sharing community meeting at 7:30 am where we form small groups of 6-9 men and read scripture, pray, and support each other’s life journey. For more information please call Mike Hays at 303-904-3111. Please feel free to stop in any Saturday. All men are welcome!
That Man Is You!
That Man is You! is an interactive men’s program combining the best research from science with the teachings of the Catholic Faith and the wisdom of the Saints to develop the vision of a man fully alive. St. Frances Cabrini Parish offers That Man is You on Saturday mornings. Doors open at 6:15am. For all men of the parish regardless of age or marital status. To register or to update your information, stop by the web site at www.thatmanisyou.org.
ENDOW(Educating on the Nature and Dignity of Women)
The ENDOW program at St. Frances Cabrini Parish is currently studying Mulieris Dignitatem, a great compliment to Pope John Paul’s II Letter to Women. For more information on ENDOW please refer to: www.endowonline.com.