Scripture is the focus of many of our Small Church Communities. They meet on various days of the week at various times. Contact Emily Dzurisin for more information.
GROWING IN YOUR FAITH
Adults Interested In Growing in Your Faith (and Catechists)
If you are seeking to grow in your faith, we invite you to participate in classes, small group faith sharing groups, conferences or retreats offered throughout the Diocese. The Diocese of Dallas maintains a directory of faith formation events where you can find many opportunities to strengthen your faith. And, if you are a catechist, you will also find many courses to learn skills for your ministry.
YOUR BROTHERS IN CHRIST
“These men host a weekly Christian study opportunity on Friday mornings from 5:45-7am. They have a light breakfast, watch 30 minutes of video, and then discuss the topic in small groups. The subject matter varies throughout the year and they use very engaging programs. There is no cost (other than suggested contribution of $3 for breakfast) and no commitment to regular attendance. Men of any age are welcome to drop by on any Fridays when they are available.
MEN'S FELLOWSHIP GROUP
This weekly gathering on Saturday mornings from 6:45 am - 8:45 am provides a safe place for Godly men to share in their faith and fellowship. Newcomers are always welcome!
6:45am - Pray the rosary in the Eucharistic Chapel for the continued renewal of our parish
7:15am - Gather in the kitchen to the right of the school office for preliminary manly chit-chat
7:30am - Process with coffee (and sometimes donuts) to the Media Center for song, prayer, and continued fellowship
8:30-8:45am - Close with prayer intentions
All are welcome to come for any or all of these activities. Don't worry if you need to leave early; just come for what you can. Sharing in faith and fellowship with your brothers is a great way discover the wisdom that can only come from the Holy Spirit. So, if you can pull yourself out of bed, come join our band of brothers!
WOMEN OF WISDOM
Women of Wisdom meets once a month from September through May. We gather on the second Tuesday in St. Katharine’s from 7-9pm and currently have about 20 active members. Their focus is spiritual development in the second half of life so their membership is generally women over the age of 50. Interested women are encouraged to contact Mary Lou Whitt during the month of August with any questions or if they are interested in joining.
The parish nurse seeks to fill a void in the community by enhancing access to existing medical services and to develop means of providing non-existent services. The goal for the nurse is to integrate nursing of the body, mind and spirit. She provides education, develops support groups and functions as a referral agent in healthcare issues.