Adult Formation is moving to virtual this 2020 -21 Academic Year.

In response to the CDC guidelines regarding COVID-19, our Adult Faith Formation programs are moving to the internet and will be virtual.

If your pre-COVID-19 schedule didn’t allow you to hear one of our inspirational speakers, or take part in our bible study or participate in one of our prayer experiences, now is  the perfect time to check them out. This year you can deepen your faith from the comfort of your home. Our programs and retreats are designed to help you stay prayerful and calm during these challenging times while still connecting with others in a meaningful way.

Check the website and Facebook page for information as events get closer. Joining our parish email list (Evangelus) will also enable you to easily receive updates and registration information about upcoming programs. 
For more information about any of our Adult Faith Formation programs contact Dr. Doug Muir (dmuir@smip.org).

Director of Adult Formation
Contact: Dr. Doug Muir (815) 436-2651 ext. 889 or dmuir@smip.org

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At Home and Online Faith Formation Resources

Please consider taking advantage of the diocesan partnership with the Virtual Learning Community for Faith Formation sponsored by the University of Dayton.  Take any 8 week online course in faith formation (graded or not graded) at an extremely discounted rate.  The Diocese of Joliet subsidizes this opportunity so that as many of our parishioners as possible can take courses at their own convenience. Topics include biblical studies, Church history, sacraments, Catholic Social Teaching, Marianist studies, Evangelii Gaudium, Islam, ministry, and so many others!  Follow this link to learn more: https://vlcff.udayton.edu

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