Adult Small Group Studies

Jesus Christ calls His followers to an ever deepening knowledge and love of Him as well as growth in communion with one another in His Church.  The Cathedral Parish offers a variety of Adult Small Group Studies to facilitate these two key aims of Christian discipleship. These small groups meet for a time of prayer, study of the Catholic faith, and discussion.  Our hope is that as adults of our parish meet regularly with one another to pray, study, and discuss God's Word, they will come to know, love, and follow Jesus more closely as Catholics as well as form deepening friendships with others in the parish community.

Eucharist:  Sacred Meal, Sacrifice, Real Presence

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Wednesdays:  October 4th - November 15th

7:00 - 8:30 pm

St. Patrick Church Hall

404 E. Main St

Delve into the central mystery of our faith by embarking on an in-depth study of this holy Sacrament in Bishop Robert Barron’s study program, Eucharist: Sacred Meal, Sacrifice, Real Presence. Bishop Barron clearly explains that the Eucharist is not a symbol, but is truly the body, blood, soul, and divinity of Jesus Christ. This intimate gift from the Lord brings us into greater unity with the Trinity and offers us a foretaste of heaven.
Please contact one of the group leaders (Paul Kachelmeier,; Sarah Bube, for more information or to register!  There is a $15 workbook fee that can be paid at the first session.  

You may also contact Marc Laudonio, Director of Evangelization, at 257-5000 or with any questions.