Holy Trinity offers many opportunities for adult parishioners (high school and older) to explore the beauty, goodness, and truth of the Catholic Faith as disclosed by God’s Divine Revelation and guided by the Magisterium. Whether you’re a life-long Catholic looking to more deeply understand your Faith, a recent convert eager to learn more, or an inquirer seeking basic information, you’ll find timely topics that will interest, inform, inspire, and challenge you.
Our Adult Catholic are a combination of presentations and videos, with ample time for Q&A and discussion. Many of the sessions will have assignments for reading and reflection to deepen your knowledge and love for our Catholic faith.
There is no charge for the classes; however, some have associated workbooks and supplemental reading. The materials will help you get a deeper understanding, but they are not required. You can order them online or through our local Catholic bookstores.
Consistent with diocesan guidelines, the Hope House can accommodate a maximum capacity of 30. To let us know how you want to participate, contact Phil and Connie Pratt at email@example.com or call Julie at (719) 633-2132.
Topics in Catholicism classes summarized below are offered by Phil and Connie Pratt. For more information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Join us in exploring the our Sacred Scriptures. We have suspended our current study. In the future, we plan to study "Jesus the Way, the Truth and the Life". It you might be interested, please contact Bev Tursch.
The Thursday Morning Bible Study is offered by Bev Tursich.
New members are always welcome. For more information or to sign up for the class, email Bev Tursich.
Saints More & Fisher Society provides a forum to discuss current events and significant topics in a Catholic environment and from a Catholic perspective. Join us the first Thursday of the month at 6:30 PM in the Hope House. The topics will be chosen by the attendees and the discussion will be led by Matt Niedzielski. email Matt Niedzielski