CAT II - Classroom Applications at Assumption BVM, Bethlehem

CAT II – Classroom Applications. Practical  information for catechists on their role as formators in the Faith. The course includes  learning to create lesson plans, communication with parents and how to engage them in religious instruction, material delivery at age-appropriate levels, and more. This course will be presented by Christina Durback and is scheduled from 8:30AM-12:30PM, on Saturdays, August 12 & 19, 2017 at Assumption BVM, Bethlehem.

Cost: $30.

ICF 201 - Prayer & Spirituality at Berks Catholic HS

Deepen your relationship with Christ by learning the fundamentals of a Catholic prayer life and spiritual dispositions.  Participants will examine what it means to pray, why we pray, and how to have a fruitful prayer life.  Practical exercises of traditional Catholic prayers and devotions will be covered so you will learn how to express yourself to God and how to hear his voice in your everyday life.

ICF 201 - Prayer & Spirituality at Assumption BVM, Bethlehem

Deepen your relationship with Christ by learning the fundamentals of a Catholic prayer life and spiritual dispositions.  Participants will examine what it means to pray, why we pray, and how to have a fruitful prayer life.  Practical exercises of traditional Catholic prayers and devotions will be covered so you will learn how to express yourself to God and how to hear his voice in your everyday life. This course will be presented by Rev.

ICF 105 - Christian Morality at Bethlehem Catholic HS

ICF 105 – Christian Morality. Learn not just the what, but the why, of the Church’s moral teachings. Participants will examine virtue, conscience formation and make application to contemporary moral issues in the areas of health care, sexuality and social justice. This course will be presented by Rev. Eric Gruber and is scheduled from 7:00PM-9:00PM, on Wednesdays, October 4,11, 18 & 25, 2017 at Bethlehem Catholic High School.

Cost: $30.

ICF 105 - Christian Morality Online

ICF 105 – Christian Morality. Learn not just the what, but the why, of the Church’s moral teachings. Participants will examine virtue, conscience formation and make application to contemporary moral issues in the areas of health care, sexuality and social justice. This course will be presented Online by Rev. Eric Gruber and is scheduled from Monday, April 9 to May 6, 2018.

Cost: $35.

ICF 101 - Christian Anthropology Online

ICF 101 – Christian Anthropology. What does it mean to be human? This course will examine who God is as the One who seeks to share Himself with His creation. A brief survey of Salvation History will be traced to Jesus Christ, the Redeemer who saves humanity, and teaches us what it means to be a human person. This course will be presented Online by Heather Maigur and is scheduled from Monday, January 29 to Sunday, February 25, 2018.

Cost: $35.

Apologetics Forum: The Resurrection of the Body

Have you ever been asked or wondered… What happens to us after death? Do we have our bodies of does just our spirit live on? Did Jesus Rise Bodily? Join us as Rev. Daniel Kravatz discusses how to answer these and other common questions about the Catholic teaching on the Resurrection of the Body! This free event will take place on Wednesday, May 3, 2017 from 7—9PM at Sacred Heart Parish Hall — 243 Lafayette Ave., Palmerton. There is no charge for attending Apologetics Forum: The Catholic Faith Explained.

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