What does our faith teach us about life and dignity of humans, the importance of family, the poor and vulnerable, solidarity, dignity of work, rights and responsibilities, and how to take care of God's creation?  Find out by dropping by the Parlor on any Sunday after the 10am Mass (excluding March 24th) during Lent to join your fellow parishioners to learn together! 

Catholic social teachings, based on the principles of human life and dignity, help us translate the Gospel into our daily living in a modern world.

Join our Lenten discussion group as we explore a new teaching during each week of Lent.  Join us any Sunday you are able!  You need not attend all of them to benefit.

Here is our remaining schedule:

March 17: Solidarity and Call to Family, Community and Participation
March 24: No meeting
March 31:  Dignity of Work and the Rights of Workers
April 7: Rights and Responsibilities, Option for the Poor and Vulnerable
April 14: Caring for Creation

Each session has a short video, reading scripture, and reflection on modern papal documents.

NO at-home preparation required.

All group materials come from the US Conference of Catholic Bishops and Catholic Relief Services.

Meetings held after 10am Mass in the Parlor. (PLEASE NOTE:  Due to Spring Break we will not meet Sunday, March 24th.) 

If interested, please contact Dan-Sofia Livorsi (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., 317-447-2079) for more info.