Catholic Life and Evangalization

ICF 104 - The Sacraments Online

ICF 104 — The Sacraments. The Sacraments are intimate, personal encounters between God and His people. This course will present an overview of these signs of God's love for us, by which He makes a personal connection with us and conveys grace - His very life within us. This course will be presented Online by Heather Maigur and is scheduled from Monday, September 24 to October 21, 2018.

Cost: $35.

ICF 103 - The New Testament Online

ICF 103 – The New Testament. This course picks up the story of God's plan of salvation with an introduction to the Gospels, Apostolic preaching and the origins of the Church, concluding with the conversion, preaching and travels of St. Paul. This course will be presented Online by Rev. Daniel Kravatz and is scheduled from  Monday, March 4 to 31, 2019.

Cost: $35.

ICF 103 - The New Testament at Monocacy Manor

ICF 102 – The New Testament. This course picks up the story of God's plan of salvation with an introduction to the Gospels, Apostolic preaching and the origins of the Church, concluding with the conversion, preaching and travels of St. Paul. This course will be presented by Sr. Lorraine Holzman, IHM and is scheduled from 7:00PM-9:00PM, on Mondays, October 29, November 5, 12 & 19, 2018 at St. Francis Center for Renewal, Bethlehem.

Cost: $30.

ICF 102 - The Old Testament Online

ICF 102 – The Old Testament. The Bible is God’s revelation of Himself to His creation, and the story of His love for us. This course will provide a brief introduction to the origin of Sacred Scripture: its source, how the Canon was formed, and the senses in which we can interpret Scripture. The remainder of the course will focus on the Old Testament: the creation of the earth and God’s covenant of love with the human person, the fall into sin, and the revelation, over time, of God’s plan of salvation. This course will be presented Online by Rev.

ICF 101 - Christian Anthropology at Monocacy Manor, Bethlehem

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 by TBA and is scheduled from 7:00PM-9:00PM, on Thursdays, March 14, 21, 28 & April 4, 2019 at St. Francis Center for Renewal, Bethlehem.

Cost: $30.

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, August 27 to Sunday, September 23, 2018.

Cost: $35.

CAT II - Classroom Applications at Monocacy Manor, 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 Sr. Lorraine Holzman and is scheduled from 7:00PM-9:00PM, on Mondays, February 25, March 4, 11 & 18, 2019 at St. Francis Center for Renewal, Bethlehem.

Cost: $30.

CAT II - Classroom Applications at St. Ambrose, Schuylkill Haven

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 Mary Ellen Johns and is scheduled from 8:30AM-12:30PM, on Saturdays, August 18 & 25, 2018 at St. Ambrose, Schuylkill Haven.

Cost: $30.

CAT II - Classroom Applications at St. Thomas More, Allentown

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 Deacon Peter Schutzler and is scheduled from 8:30AM-12:30PM, on Saturdays, August 11 & 18, 2018 at St. Thomas More, Allentown.

Cost: $30.

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