Sometimes as adults, we downplay the importance of learning our Faith. Many of us grew up learning our faith as children, whether at home, in a Catholic school, or in a Religious Education program. When life gets busy, learning about our Faith often becomes a casualty. However, notice that in the Bible, Jesus never teaches children – He is always teaching adults! In fact, adults have always been the primary intended audience of all the Church’s efforts to teach the Faith.

At Saint Christopher, we take Jesus’ call to make disciples of all nations seriously. Through classes, one-time events, and our Connection Groups, we aim to help all adults in our community grow in their Faith and learn to Follow Christ more closely. Use the links to the side or view the posts below to learn more about the different opportunities we provide for adults to grow in their Faith!

Advent Evening of Prayer – December 15, 2019

O Come, O Come Emmanuel – An Advent Evening of Prayer Join us in the Church for a brief talk, Adoration, Confession, and music 4:30-6:00pm. We will reflect on Mary’s Receptivity to God and how we can welcome Him more deeply in our hearts. An Advent movie and snacks will...

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Divine Mercy Sunday – April 28, 2019

Each year on the octave (eighth) day of Easter, we celebrate Divine Mercy Sunday! Each year at Easter, we are especially reminded of God’s infinite mercy for us, made known most acutely in the Passion, Death, and Resurrection of our Lord, Jesus Christ. Of course, we should marvel and immerse...

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Prayer Resource – Morning Offering

At our Emmaus Day on February 10, we went through the Morning Offering as a way to start each day. Here’s the prayer! O Jesus, Through the Immaculate Heart of Mary, I offer You my prayers, works, joys, and sufferings of this day for all the intentions of Your Sacred...

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Raising Purity Focused Teens – Talk Recording!

On Wednesday, January 23, 2019, Saint Christopher was pleased to welcome Justin Bangert, a licensed marriage and family therapist from the Madison area, to speak to parents about how to raise purity-focused teenagers in our culture. This was part of Saint Christopher’s efforts to celebrate Safe Haven Sunday, a weekend...

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